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  Seasquirt » Some new pictures… wrote @ November 9th, 2007 at 5:32 am

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  Graeme wrote @ November 13th, 2007 at 5:08 am

Thank you and Happy B’day Chris. Also happy b’day to paul and ian who also share this day with us. What a great bunch we all are.

This rather amusing as I have a picture of Pippa in that Devils Marble too - she is not as active as Chris, but the generall idea is that same.

  Lorna (Lil’ sis) wrote @ November 13th, 2007 at 9:57 am

Happy Birthday dearest brother! Aren’t you getting old?!
Oh, but isn’t Graeme even older today if my memory serves me correctly?

Anyway Christopher, I thought about buying you a present but as you aren’t here, I thought that would be a little silly and a waste of money. So instead, I’m treating myself to a massage. So happy birthday dear brother.

Have a lovely time.

Lorna x

  Keir wrote @ November 13th, 2007 at 10:24 am

I like your plan Lorna. I always get the boy the most useful of presents and he always looks at them and then is most ungrateful. I have to say though the recent purchase of a bird song wall clock has not been charity shopped yet (I think more due to Fee being nice). The lovely woodpecker that picked up tooth picks and also held salt and pepper may have had a slow death but died none the less - evil boy!

Happy birthday none the less old chat. In the style of Lorna I will go to the pub and drink a beer for the boy - how good of me

  Chris’s Mum and Dad wrote @ November 13th, 2007 at 4:26 pm

In the spirit of Lorna’s and Keir’s messages, but before we read them, we too celebrated Christopher’s birthday with a glass of green ginger wine (Crabbies, of course) and drank his health! …. and wondered what he and Fiona were doing.

Keir, that bird clock terrified Andrew - he thought it was a living thing in the room! The first time didn’t sound birdlike at all, and we only realised what it was an hour later when it produced a much more tuneful song! Is it as RSPB one? The woodpecker came back from Aberdeen, I thought it was fun and it lived in our cupboard, and I made sure Christopher took it to the flat or maybe I took it, so it did have a reasonably long life for a bird. There is another rejected bird, silver coloured, a bottle opener I think, which was also rejected, so we have it, and it sits on the top of the kitchen roll holder.

  Soph wrote @ November 14th, 2007 at 1:47 am

Oh, yes, happy B’day for yesterday (sorry - no tinternet access on trains to London!). I can confirm that the 10 o’clock bird makes you jump.

  Fiona wrote @ November 14th, 2007 at 7:57 pm

The bird clock even had me fooled for a while - much to the boy’s amusement.

  Graeme wrote @ November 15th, 2007 at 3:58 am

Thanks to Keir also giving me such a clock I know the 10 o’clock bird is a nightingale.
Interestingly (or not), I was in our garden a few months ago around 9:59 am when I suddenly heard a nightingale. In the brief period of thought between hearing and saying something along the lines of “I say, that is a nightingale - how jolly excellent”, I realised it was just the clock. Imagine my disappointment. All that came out of my mouth was approximately “”.”.

  Keir wrote @ November 15th, 2007 at 7:16 am

you see this is now showing my lack of originality! Chris am I allowed to aske why you have such a small trowel. Surely you need something far more manly than that pathetic specimen?

  Chris wrote @ November 17th, 2007 at 9:24 pm

I have a new story, but this is not the correct forum.

  Bella wrote @ November 19th, 2007 at 11:38 am

I am chuckling at your photos as I too have several that you could subsititute the person with the same background, though I think the marble might have moved a little since I was there-it must be your energetic pushing Chris! Anita and Tom have the same photo on their wall - but with Tom in the marble, not me.
Just read the other comments- Happy B’day C!

  Grumpy Old K wrote @ November 21st, 2007 at 7:52 am

Hold on! Right on the 17th you tempt us with an obviously inappropriate story and then we hear nothing. I have heard of building a story using anticipation but the level of anticipation that you have now built will only result in disappointment.

  Fiona wrote @ November 21st, 2007 at 11:02 pm

Grumpy boy - I’m pretty sure the story will keep you entertained (and Chris entertaining) for a while yet….

  Fiona wrote @ November 21st, 2007 at 11:06 pm

Oh, and there we were thinking our photo op was an original one. Ah well…

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