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Stardust on the Moon

Post by Stardust on 25th March 2011, 11:06

Sunshine, digging Spring clothes out of their wardrobe prison, Summer is on the horizon.   sunny

Mustn't forget to put the clocks forward on Saturday night.  :idea:

What an auspicious day to start a new blog thread, beautifully warm and welcoming.

Leaving work early today. We'll sit at a café terrace slowly sipping Schweppe's tonic water and watching the world go by.
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Post by Stardust on 1st April 2011, 11:25

Bought a packet of those tiny little chocolate eggs.
They're very good if you're watching your weight.
Why?
Because it takes such a b..... long time to find the seam or edge where you can catch the foil wrapper to peel it off!
Going nuts here... What a Face



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Post by Stardust on 4th April 2011, 10:19

The blog section has gone weird Suspect but looks like it still works. confused
Sprayed pure essential oils round the office this morning, smells lovely in here. Very Happy



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Post by Kitkat on 4th April 2011, 19:52

I'm still not sure if I have this section set up properly. Stardust, you seem to be posting in the 'Comments' section of your first Blog now, but on a different subject, rather than a new subject on a different day. That's why the extra posts look smaller, because they are actually the comments - which I think others can post use, to comment on your blog of the day (?) confused

I suppose trial and error will get us there.... eventually. study


ETA: Think maybe when you go to blog on another topic - different day, you need to click 'NEW TOPIC' rather than 'REPLY'. (?)
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Testing options

Post by Stardust on 5th April 2011, 08:54

Okey-Dokey, I'll try that, Kitkat, though it seems a strange way of going about it. Shocked Very Happy
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Well I tried 'New Topic' instead of 'Reply' but it posted up as a new blog, Kitkat, so I deleted it.
I tried adding a post title but that made no difference either.
But it looks good like this, doesn't it? Probably takes up less room too?
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We have real April weather here, sunshine one minute and showers the next.

Still peeling away at the wee choccie eggs, even though I have help 'disposing' of them. Very Happy
Everyone knows chocolate goes well with orange but it's great with cranberry juice too.



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Spring sunshine

Post by Stardust on 6th April 2011, 10:50

Azure sky and bright sunshine today. Got rid of the coat at last and wore a jacket. Feel full of energy.



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Post by Stardust on 8th April 2011, 13:39

If it carries on like this we'll think it's already Summer.

Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy



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Escape from 7-years bad luck

Post by Stardust on 15th April 2011, 10:19

Dropped a double-sided (back-to-back) mirror on the floor yesterday.  
But luckily only the support broke into several pieces, both mirrors remained intact. Phew!



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Post by Stardust on 20th April 2011, 12:29

Keep getting messages whereby a script on this site is slowing down Adobe Flash Player on my computer. I wouldn't mind if it was only once when I log-in, but it pops up at regular intervals and is driving me quietly potty.



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Re: Stardust on the Moon

Post by Kitkat on 20th April 2011, 20:10

Is it just today, Stardust? Or does it happen all the time?
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Post by Stardust on 21st April 2011, 10:58

Hi Kitkat.

It started a little while back, I think when this new forum was set up, or thereabouts, but it also happens on LAL too (which it didn't previously). That could just be coincidence though.

It could have happened after one of my computer updates, or lack of. It's one of those lovely old Macs that puts their tongue out at you and swivels, but it's unable to accept all updates because it doesn't have Intel inside. I'm very fond of it but I can't install Snow Leopard, for instance, so obviously things are going to start getting complicated soon as theres a new version (Lion, I think) and my poor computer already feels left out. We'll have to get a brand new companion in the near future but this model was unique, the new ones are static.



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Re: Stardust on the Moon

Post by Kitkat on 22nd April 2011, 10:33

Okay, I know what you mean now. I have had that once or twice before. I have an idea it may be connected with the Spiritlove widget running the latest activity there. Seems even more likely when you say it happens on LAL too, as there's a similar widget there. (May possibly be when it gets a bit "heated" over on SL giggle )
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Post by Feather on 23rd April 2011, 21:16

Hi, you two. I'm getting the same message about my laptop running slow.
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Post by Kitkat on 23rd April 2011, 21:30

Hmmm ... I think I've sourced the problem now. It's quite possible that it may be something to do with the 'new post' image - the tail-wagging, miaowing cat (or is it a fox?). Only seems to be happening when new posts are made here. I think I'm going to have to change it.
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Re: Stardust on the Moon

Post by Stardust on 26th April 2011, 13:19

Paper sorting yesterday. Took hours.
Not the way I'd planned to spend my free Monday.
At least this will be a short working week though, that's some comfort.



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Post by Kitkat on 26th April 2011, 18:40

Even shorter for us. cheers We've got Friday off as a Bank Holiday too ('the royal wedding").
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Post by Stardust on 27th April 2011, 07:44

It was very cold on the way to work this morning, but now I've got the sun reflected off a window opposite straight into my eyes. Seeing the computer screen through a haze... have to wait a wee while...
Ah, that's better, no more reflection.

Just heard on the radio that there will be trees lining the aisle in Westminster Abbey for 'The' wedding. Whatever next? I can keep an eye on the action live via internet, Kiit-Kat.



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Post by Feather on 27th April 2011, 09:45

I'm looking forward to the royal wedding. Too many folk in my home area are anti royal. I think it's almost become a fashion. To me, they are simply two young people with all the usual hopes and dreams-which can go sadly wrong for them as well as the rest of us.A toast to William and Kate---




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Post by Kitkat on 27th April 2011, 13:52

Bit of an anti-royalist myself ... I will be making the most of the day off ... lots of things to do ... but no interest whatsoever in this wedding.
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Post by Stardust on 11th May 2011, 12:32

I love the Royal Family, have done since a child, and all the pageantry, glitter and sparkles, uniforms, Prince Charles' ecological views, the gorgeous dresses and hats, horse-drawn coaches, beautiful cars. I love it all.

Didn't see the wedding direct because I was working but caught the highlights later. That dress was oh so lovely. Alexander McQueen would have been proud.



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Post by Stardust on 24th May 2011, 14:05

A beautiful red/brown butterfly came and rested awhile on my open window this morning, it's wing movements catching my eye or I might have missed it. I watched this bright little creature for several lovely peaceful minutes, until it flew up and away into the sunny blue sky. I felt I'd been given a blessing.



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Re: Stardust on the Moon

Post by Feather on 24th May 2011, 21:41

It was probably looking for shelter from the Icelandic ash cloud confused.



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Post by Stardust on 25th May 2011, 10:06

It hasn't reached us yet, Feather, though I was thinking yesterday that you were probably underneath it.
You'll need a wee dram or so to clear the dust from your throat.



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Another allergic attack

Post by Stardust on 10th June 2011, 12:32

Got another allergy. Damn and blast!

I don't know what caused it this time either, but it's a pain.
I never used to be allergic to anything - no allergies at all.

Then it started...

First, as an adult, I had an extreme allergic reaction to penicillin,
then gradually some pollens, dust, feathers, creams and shampoos
decided to join the club too, then it was certain fruits...

Where will it all end!?!

The worst is when I can't pinpoint the origin,
because then of course I can't eliminate or avoid it.



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Post by Feather on 10th June 2011, 22:01

Sorry to learn about your allergies, Stardust. I also became allergic to penicillin in adulthood. I am allergic to sticky bandages too. You could look up the commonest allergies and see if you have come in contact with any of them recently. Doctors can do tests but I think it's a long process as there are so many products which could be the culprit.



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