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Roger Macdivitt .

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Re: Take time-out for a little light relief
8/20/2008 1:18:49 AM
Hi BJ, My youngest granddaughter for some reason always called her sister "Sister Sophie" and refused to just call her Sophie. By the way, a miracle has occured. Emily, the 4 year old has stayed overnight and has slept through til now (7.30 a.m.), she usually wakes me by jumping on me at about 4.30. She calls me Gandan instead of Grandad and now my 11 year old granddaughter has adoptedthe name. Roger
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Re: Take time-out for a little light relief
8/20/2008 4:30:33 AM
Hello Roger!

When I am frustrated, I say rather loudly "Bum and a half!"

I seem to have been saying it forever and can't for the life of me think how I started or why!!

Thinking of names, I still call my biggest sis, Stetnie. I couldn't say her name properly when I was young and it has stuck. You can see what her name ought to be, of course.

Angel cuddles,

Sarah
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Judy Smith

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Re: Take time-out for a little light relief
8/20/2008 9:00:16 AM

This is WEALLY fun, Woger!!  My five year old Grandson, is having a bit of a pwobwem with his l's and r's!!

Great idea!

I will be back - there are way too many more to do it all at once.

Hugs!

Judy

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Roger Macdivitt .

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Re: Take time-out for a little light relief
8/20/2008 3:18:57 PM
Sarah, I think that Bum and a half is brilliant. It is very effective as a de-stress phrase. Thanks for sharing this. I think we have some treats in store here. Roger
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Re: Take time-out for a little light relief
8/20/2008 3:28:24 PM
Judy, This is good fun. I've just remembered, my mother had a strange expression. If she had been sitting badly for too long and found that her leg felt uncomfortable she would say "I've got a bone in my leg" I knew what she meant but it's a little bizzare. AND if she had arthritic pain or cramp she would say "I've got a touch of the screws" also very strange. Roger
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