Yogi19 posted:

Good morning all 

Weather is dry and cool.

Moonie, the cygnet and coot pics are gorgeous.

lol at El and Moonie’s moon landing posts 

Summer, I hope you enjoyed your exercise class.

Squiggle, I hope it doesn’t get too hot for you in the coming days. 

Ros, have you stopped for school holidays yet?

Twickers, hope all is well with you 

Have a good day, everyone.

Hi Yogi  

Fankoo 

Yogi19 posted:

Good morning all 

Weather is dry and cool.

Moonie, the cygnet and coot pics are gorgeous.

lol at El and Moonie’s moon landing posts 

Summer, I hope you enjoyed your exercise class.

Squiggle, I hope it doesn’t get too hot for you in the coming days. 

Ros, have you stopped for school holidays yet?

Twickers, hope all is well with you 

Have a good day, everyone.

yes yogi - finished  Friday until september 4th

El Loro posted:

We had this hymn at church today. It's been years since I've heard it but I remember it well from my childhood. The words are from the Sarum primer of 1514 and the music by Henry Walford Davies written in 1910.

that is gorgeous EL - lovely choral singing have sung it recently

Good morning everyone

 

Cloudy start here and going to be a warm day.
Met Office forecast highs for here: today 25, Tuesday 32, Wednesday 25, Thursday 28, Friday 23. So tomorrow is the really hot day. Varies across the country - London is similar on Tuesday, but Wednesday is 31 and Thursday 34 before cooler on Friday.

 

I hope evertone has a good day

I doubt this will be done on Strictly Come Dancing:

That's a very brief clip from Fritz Lang's 1922 film. I could post a clip of the complete film but as it's just over 4 hours long, I doubt if anyone would want to watch it

I think it's safe to say that Dr Mabuse is unrelated to Oti and Mots as he was a fictional villain, a criminal mastermind.

Yogi19 posted:

Evening all 

Rainy in the morning and sunny now.

Enjoy the school holidays, Ros. Do you have plans to go away?

Have a good evening everyone. Goodnight and sweet dreams

Hug for the night owls

night yogi not this year yogi  just days out - spent a bit on the house summer moons

Good morning everyone

 

Sunny here and it's going to be a hot day - 31C. Thunderstorms possible this evenng and tonight.

 

Squiggle, the humidity here is 94% but is expected to go right down as the day gets hotter.

 

I hope everyone has a good day and doesn't get too hot

I see that David Hedison, the American actor had died, he was 92. Although best known as Felix Leiter in a couple of James Bond films I remember him mainly from the American television series "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea". One of Irwin Allen's series and huge fun to watch when I was a teenager. The lead was Richard Baseheart and Hedison was second in command.

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/ent...inment-arts-49077424

You'll be relieved to know that I'm not going to post that Hattons of London advert for their Queen Victoria 200th anniversary gold coin which they've been airing for the last couple of months. If you've ever seen it you might have heard music in the background whilst the man is talking. The music is in fact taken from  Handel's minuets section of his Music for the Royal Fireworks. Written in 1749 which was a mere 170 years before Victoria was born Here's the minuets section with some fireworks seen but not heard:

Evening all 

Sunny and warm up here - not enjoying it atm.

Squiggle, I hope the humidity dropped in your area.

Ros, I enjoy day trips/weekends away as much as longer holidays - in fact, I think I prefer shorter trips.

El, I loved the music and the quiet fireworks 

Twickers, I hope all is well with you 

I wonder if Moonie has been up to the pond today, or if it was too hot?

Summer, I hope you’ve had a good day 

Good morning everyone

 

Still warm here though won't get as hot as yesterday. Tomorrow is forecast to be another hot day but the temperature falls away by Friday. There was rain overnight but I didn't get woken up by any thunder.

 

Yogi, it would be nice if fireworks were generally quiet

 

I hope eevryone has a good day

The euphoria that England had for winning the cricket world cup recently has been totally and utterly destroyed this morning in the England v Ireland test match. England's batting has been destroyed by the Irish bowling. Such is the destruction that England needs to consider abandoning the Ashes test series due to start next week to avoid being humiliated even more.

 

Just as well that I've got some Irish ancestry

Thank you El 🤗 

El Loro posted:

Summer, I hope that dental appointment goes as well as it can - You may need someone to drive you back afterwards as you could well be a bit shaky afterwards. If the tooth is removed you shouldn't go back to work today:
https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/...th-removal/recovery/

I’m in the waiting room now. I don’t think they’ll take any action today, they’ll probably assess it and make a plan for a further appointment 

wish me luck gang! 

~Sweet Pea~ posted:

Thank you El 🤗 

El Loro posted:

Summer, I hope that dental appointment goes as well as it can - You may need someone to drive you back afterwards as you could well be a bit shaky afterwards. If the tooth is removed you shouldn't go back to work today:
https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/...th-removal/recovery/

I’m in the waiting room now. I don’t think they’ll take any action today, they’ll probably assess it and make a plan for a further appointment 

wish me luck gang! 

good luck, Summer

Thank you I’m home now, with some antibiotics it’s called something like periceniculitis- a classic wisdom tooth flare up. They won’t refer for an extraction on the first complaint of it but if it reoccurs then they will. It’s in a tricky place so i’ll eventually need a radiographer to scan in so they can decide how best to pull it out. 

Hopefully the medication will calm it all done though.

Why on earth do these teeth appear in midlife?? Lol  

Summer, I think it might be pericoronitis or periodontiitis (different things which can affect wisdom teeth though periocoronitis sounds more likely). Wisdom teeth are the last to grow betwee the ages of 17 to 25. I think they are called wisdom on the basis that one is supposedly wise by then 

El Loro posted:

Summer, I think it might be pericoronitis or periodontiitis (different things which can affect wisdom teeth though periocoronitis sounds more likely). Wisdom teeth are the last to grow betwee the ages of 17 to 25. I think they are called wisdom on the basis that one is supposedly wise by then 

  

Evening all 

Summer, I hope the antibiotics help with the pain, until you can get the wisdom tooth removed 

I like the idea of silent fireworks 

Wow, that was a lot lot of lightning strikes, Moonie  I hope they didn’t do too much damage

El, that’s handy, having some Irish ancestry in light of the cricket result 

Squiggle, I hope it’s nice and cool for you now 

I’ve got the bedroom windows open and the ceiling fan on - and MrY went up the loft and got the fan on a stand, to put beside our bed in advance of tomorrow’s anticipated heatwave.

I hope you’ve all had a good day 

 

 

Yogi19 posted:

Evening all 

Summer, I hope the antibiotics help with the pain, until you can get the wisdom tooth removed 

I like the idea of silent fireworks 

Wow, that was a lot lot of lightning strikes, Moonie  I hope they didn’t do too much damage

El, that’s handy, having some Irish ancestry in light of the cricket result 

Squiggle, I hope it’s nice and cool for you now 

I’ve got the bedroom windows open and the ceiling fan on - and MrY went up the loft and got the fan on a stand, to put beside our bed in advance of tomorrow’s anticipated heatwave.

I hope you’ve all had a good day 

 

 

It is Yogi 

I haven’t heard of any damage 🙂

Moonie posted:
Yogi19 posted:

Evening all 

Summer, I hope the antibiotics help with the pain, until you can get the wisdom tooth removed 

I like the idea of silent fireworks 

Wow, that was a lot lot of lightning strikes, Moonie  I hope they didn’t do too much damage

El, that’s handy, having some Irish ancestry in light of the cricket result 

Squiggle, I hope it’s nice and cool for you now 

I’ve got the bedroom windows open and the ceiling fan on - and MrY went up the loft and got the fan on a stand, to put beside our bed in advance of tomorrow’s anticipated heatwave.

I hope you’ve all had a good day 

 

 

It is Yogi 

I haven’t heard of any damage 🙂

That’s good 

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