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Old Apr 30th 2007, 1:35 pm
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Originally Posted by Grayling
Well....now your 'credibility' is established

no doubt people will treat your posts with all the respect they deserve


Hope you get over your uncertainty soon....maybe it is homesickness.

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Gee thanks oh wise one, amazing intuition, I'm impressed.

Have a good life and chill.
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Old May 1st 2007, 12:42 am
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Originally Posted by Elvira
What about you Davy, darling - thinking of heading back too?
All in good time - 3 years to go
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Old May 1st 2007, 12:45 am
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Originally Posted by BigDavyG
All in good time - 3 years to go
Getting the septic booklet just in case eh...
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Originally Posted by Elvira
Getting the septic booklet just in case eh...
Indeedy - nice safety net to have I suppose - I mean there must have been some reason why I moved in the first place - its just that that memory seems to be a bit dim and distant right now.

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Indeedy - nice safety net to have I suppose - I mean there must have been some reason why I moved in the first place - its just that that memory seems to be a bit and a dim and distant memory right now.
<<<sigh>>> you and me both...
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Old May 1st 2007, 2:56 am
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I thought it was currently only 2 years required for the safety net?

I wish I could stay around that long to get it but we wake up every morning wanting to go home so I can't manage another 18 months like that! Back to sunny blighty for us in June!
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Originally Posted by wafc
I thought it was currently only 2 years required for the safety net?

I wish I could stay around that long to get it but we wake up every morning wanting to go home so I can't manage another 18 months like that! Back to sunny blighty for us in June!
Not everyone moves to Oz! Davy and I are in US

(Not together, I hasten to add...)
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Originally Posted by Elvira
Not everyone moves to Oz! Davy and I are in US

(Not together, I hasten to add...)
Ah good point, I thought you were both in Oz, my mistake.
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Originally Posted by loopylorns
Hehe your flight back to the UK is the date we moved here last year, am going back on the 18th of June, ending up putting dog in quarenteen for 3 weeks though.

We too are headed to the great East Anglia.

I really missed bonfire night last year and of course good old Christmas day with my parents round for dinner, playing scrabble after eating and that traditional Christmas day walk to work the pudding off.

Cant wait for autumn I love it.
You've gotta admit autumns in NE USA are spectacular...along with bright blue skies and warm sunny days.
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You've gotta admit autumns in NE USA are spectacular...along with bright blue skies and warm sunny days.
My autumns in Nova Scotia were spectacular. I have never seen colours like it.
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it doesn't matter how much research you actually do before u leave, nothing can compare to the reality of life once u get to a place!! You do not realise the value of something until it is not there!
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it doesn't matter how much research you actually do before u leave, nothing can compare to the reality of life once u get to a place!! You do not realise the value of something until it is not there!
Heavenlyscent you are sooooooo right
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it doesn't matter how much research you actually do before u leave, nothing can compare to the reality of life once u get to a place!! You do not realise the value of something until it is not there!
I couldn't agree more!
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You know you are homesick when you start wanting to b back in snow and cold weather! Especially me who is a sunlover!
Hubby kept saying we would have Xmas in UK, I will not repeat what I said to him, but cold, snow and me dont mix! More so when its summer here and I will miss the short supply of sunny weather we get here.
But, I actually want to go now to Uk for Xmas! Sod the sun, sea sand, BBq;s, there's only so much of those you can take eh?
Aaahhh Xmas with snow, cold, frost, dark nights, sparkly trees, and loads of rellies and friends to enjoy it with!
It sounds better every minute!
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