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Michael on the head for making her mouth water again!
@7777 Ooh, delicious! I used to grow strawberries but unfortunately the squirrels soon learned to get their
we will have to
the strawberries for something else very shortly - and over here, it's almost mango time
at least with the strawberries it is also time for all the
creatures around to slowly go to winter sleep, too.
As for the food - here the pumpkins are popping up heavily
helloween comes nearer...
It's sad when the strawberries are
But mangoes - wow! I wish they grew in the UK.
are they expensive to buy there? We grow them and they are often too expensive. I prefer Kensington Pride - which we used to call "Bowen Special", but the R2D2 is delicious if it's eaten slightly green. Now I'm really drooling, so I'll have to
talking about them
Oh, I wish I could
away a large supply of mangoes from Colombia (where ours come from) and bring them home. I'm sure they're hugely over-priced compared to the cost at source.
Not sure I've ever tried the R2D2 - is it related to the CU3PO?
it was named after the row and line where it was grown, apparently. it's a huge mango (weighs about 500 grams to a kilo or so) - and hopefully not frankenfruit. I never liked them until I ate a slightly green one one day, and it was to die for. I know now not to eat them once they turn yellow. Oh, and they're R2E2 - too much science fiction in my old brain! LOL
something witty and clever...
Sounds like you could play
to a mango party!
I'd better head off to the
and buy a tray of them if we're partying
Michael! You hear that? Get your
teeshirt ironed ready!
ooh! doesn't he look handsome? quickly - take a
of him with your fancy camera
everyone? Including on Facebook?
it somewhere - he's not wearing pants!
unfortunately I had to
out how to deal with a nasty 4-day migraine attack. It can happen that pants are not your top priority anymore under those circumstances...
That's awful, Michael! I hope it's all better now. It's not caused by dairy foods, is it? I guess you were caught between a
and a hard place - get better, or put your pants on...decisions!
it's much better already, and it has to do with too much self-made stress. I have to learn lo
my rumbling thoughts better, even when I'm thinking about "positive" subjects like planning the next trip to London. Easier said than done.
head is just not possible at times or for some people
Sometimes the migraine causes the stress, not the other way around.
you're right, the fear for the next possible attack makes the stress e never ending story. I will jump into the
today, go to the sauna to have some wellness. Nothing I find the time for everyday, but I do my best to live as healthy as I can. It's often hard to find the handbrake to slow things down a little bit.
I guess my life isn't that hectic. But it has been a hard year. My son was bashed unconscious a couple of weeks ago and unable to remember anything that happened. On top of his kidney failure and my two bouts of sickness, my nerves aren't what they should be. I hope you are able to have some relaxation. Otherwise you're on the never-ending
of cause and effect.
I'm sorry to hear about your son, that's a horrible experience. A kidney failure is pretty serious and I hope he can cope with it an gets better. As far as I'm concerned the day was very relaxing. From tomorrow on I'm back at work after two weeks off and first of all I will possibly start a
from medic to medic, because I now have a tinnitus as a result of that last migraine attack. My ear specialist certaily will know what to do so that it may possibly come to an end. Fortunately not too disturbing, more like the sound of a constant air conditioning blowing exclusively in your ear. I suppose when you have a whistling noise it is far more distracting and really able to drive you crazy.
tinnitus can be very maddening indeed - I hope you can have it cured
having a migraine on your time off is a bit unfair - or poor timing on your behalf!
I wish I could
you with the problem
I think there is not really a time when a migraine feels good, so it is best to
it as fast as possible and hope the next attack wile take a long while before it breaks out. Unfortunately you can't even do very much when an attack has started. The most important thing is to recognise it instantly to take your medics at the right time (not too early ant not too late) so that they work best. I'm not very good at that lottery.