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Looks like we're not the only ones to lose a blog & several comments last night!
Have tried to re-publish the comments, but no can do...

Thank you for all your well wishes - Hugo & I are both loads better today.
Though ended up having a day off yesterday... 
Sime postponed our 2 cleans until Monday, so have felt nice & refreshed today!

Sime's got 2 gigs this weekend - so busy, busy, busy yet again!

Hope you all have a good weekend!

Kay & Sime xx


Karin said…
Glad you are better, Kay. I'm sure the rest did you good. You look well in the photo.
pattypan.2 said…
Hi Kaye, glad to hear that Sime re-arranged things give you chance to get better. I think blogger was down last night for maintenance as I couldn't log on later on -there is a message board where they notify you but I only ever usually check it after the event. Hope you have a smashing time at the two gigs. Take care and have a lovely weekend

Anonymous said…
Glad to hear that you are feeling better. Sometimes you just have to stop everything and rest.
Have a great weekend.

My word verification is "swelo".
Are you feeling swelo?
The Smiths said…
Thank you Karin, Pattypan & Mel!

Kay :)

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