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    Re: Army Garrison April 2021

    Evening all! Back from the hospital and Joe's infection is GONE!!! We were so bloody excited and happy when we heard...the heart operation has been given the go-ahead..Will get a date tomorrow!!
    Well done with all that weight Benjy..you must be skin and bone?? You were well thin last time I saw you!?
    Mouthbreaker....must do the goggle
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    HAHA it's a mouthBREATHER not breaker..misread it..and it's PERFICK!!
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    Hola Army. I’m so happy to hear about Joe’s good news, Molly. Life can be so fragile but I believe it’s always beautiful and full of hope!

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    Quote Originally Posted by techie View Post
    Hola Army. I’m so happy to hear about Joe’s good news, Molly. Life can be so fragile but I believe it’s always beautiful and full of hope!
    Thanks Sarge! I'll never take life for granted again that's for sure!
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    Re: Army Garrison April 2021

    Hello everyone

    Molls that is amazing news I am delighted for you both! It really is a second chance for Joe and what a huge relief that must be for all of you

    Bridge, yes mouthbreather is a very apt expression for some

    Mr S's aunt passed away yesterday which is sad but a release for her. I worry about his parents having to cope with it all at 85. He thinks they will have aged greatly over this and the lockdown. The lady who used to clean my house texted me to tell me her dog passed today. She lives alone and is in her 70s, My heart breaks for her.

    Finished work for the week thank goodness. I seem to get very bored with it at the moment and it feels like such an effort to do anything. I think some warm sunny weather would help. None on the horizon though!

    I need to lose some weight too. 15 pounds is amazing. Whats the secret Satz?

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    Oh, just looked at my sober app. 1 yr 6 mths and 11 days something to celebrate

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    And 2 years 3 days for the pills My app tells me I have saved 5872 which is not to be sniffed at !

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    NICE ONE Starty --- that's fantastic! Was it hard quitting the grog and the pills together (give or take a few months)? Which was the trickiest to quit? and WOTCHA gonna do with 5872? I'd say if I had the money I haven't spent on the drink I'd be LOADED --- mind you -- I did get my teeth straightened courtesy of quitting cigarettes...

    Just had a chinese take-away -- pure gorgeous it was... first take out since last year some time so don't feel the slightest bit guilty --- but I'm full and knackered -- so going to have an early night -- think the stresses of the last few months are just hitting me!! Thanks folks for all the supportive words over the last while -- I really appreciate it xx
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    Re: Army Garrison April 2021

    Quote Originally Posted by starty View Post
    Hello everyone

    Molls that is amazing news I am delighted for you both! It really is a second chance for Joe and what a huge relief that must be for all of you

    Bridge, yes mouthbreather is a very apt expression for some

    Mr S's aunt passed away yesterday which is sad but a release for her. I worry about his parents having to cope with it all at 85. He thinks they will have aged greatly over this and the lockdown. The lady who used to clean my house texted me to tell me her dog passed today. She lives alone and is in her 70s, My heart breaks for her.

    Finished work for the week thank goodness. I seem to get very bored with it at the moment and it feels like such an effort to do anything.
    Sorry bout MrS's auntie -- sounds trite but -- she's probably better off -- saved a lot of pain -- it's the folks left behind like MrS's parents that feel the hurt... and the poor lady losing her dog -- sad indeed.

    With regard to the way you feel about work -- speaking for myself -- as soon as I gave myself a potential date to leave -- it was like I completely lost interest in everything about my job -- it reminds me of when I was selling my previous house -- I had it more or less sold and I was really sad that I was leaving it -- but then the deal fell through -- I never felt good about that house after that -- just wanted to sell and move on.. think that's the way I feel about work --- enough!!!
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    Re: Army Garrison April 2021

    Pills were the hardest thing i have ever done. Withdrawal physical and psychological are horrendous! Booze was just breaking the habit as i knew how to live without it. The savings i made helped me to cut down my work �� it was the incentive to keep going

    Totally agree about work. My days are numbered and ambition gone.

    Sleep well molls xx

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