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I will most likely sleep in and so what, it's Sunday.

Good night
Night TomTom - sleep well
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It's too pretty and girly for me .... does he like pretty fantasy, or awesome fantasy? Y'know, fantasy dragons and castles etc.
OH, he likes dragons and stuff. I know this one is too girlie now. Dang!

Ellie, Ry is 7. I saw the reef one too. It's pretty awesome.

I found a few others that would be better. I'm thinking maybe a christmas theme might be fun too. There are so many to choose from.

I guess I should put the computer down and get to bed. It's really getting late. See you guys later. Enjoy your Sunday!
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A Christmas theme would be fun for all three of you to do together on Christmas

Night Jo - sleep sweet
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I have on:
one long-sleeved stretchy top;
one hooded fleece;
a hooded trackie top;
a fleece waistcoaty thing;
tough jeans;
legwarmers.

What more can I do? I'd be warmer if it snowed!

Please put on my graveyard stone: She froze well.
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I have on:
one long-sleeved stretchy top;
one hooded fleece;
a hooded trackie top;
a fleece waistcoaty thing;
tough jeans;
legwarmers.

What more can I do? I'd be warmer if it snowed!

Please put on my graveyard stone: She froze well.
Go south, EllieP. Go south...
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I'd wear heavyweight sweat pants instead of jeans round the house - much warmer. And you can get chinos lined with flannelette type stuff (himself has some). Very warm indeed. I always find jeans quite cold - hardwearing, but not snuggly.

Sainsbury's are doing micro-fleece pyjamas - the bottoms to those must be very warm indeed! (Under the sweat pants round the house?)

Also - interlock thermal long sleeve vests and long johns - my sister wears those and finds them very helpful indeed.
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No Wu! Don't give her helpful tips! I want her to think the only option is to move closer to me
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But you're flooded, Est!

Wu - I'll steal OH's sweat pants and haul them on top for now. If you don't hear from me, send out the St Bernard - and don't forget his cask
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Hi Wendy. When I was in New Zealand, I had delicious meat pies and sausage rolls. We don't eat them here really, so I decided to make my own one time. I followed what was supposed to be an authentic English recipe. They were so good, but very greasy. I think I made some sort of mistake. The recipe called for putting the sausage into the pastry dough and then baking it, but by doing it that way, all the grease from the sausage went right into the dough. I bought the type of sausage they told me to buy. Oh well, they were very yummy even if they clogged my arteries.
Yuss! Another convert to the trusty meat pie and sausage roll. Kiwis have a love affair with sausage rolls, although we buy premade rather than make our own. Good stuff and very yummy.

An easy way of making them is use precooked sausages and roll them in either filo or flakey pastry sheets, the gloss with egg or milk and cook.
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But you're flooded, Est!

Wu - I'll steal OH's sweat pants and haul them on top for now. If you don't hear from me, send out the St Bernard - and don't forget his cask
Move to NZ, i got sunburnt today.
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