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  • #16
    Good news. Recovery takes time - and patience. Hope it goes well.

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    • #17
      Thank you Thrumbleux. Avril (my wife) was out for a walk today, unsteady on her feet but it's great to see her mobile again. Her closest friends have been rallying round, with food parcels galore - think the walk will do my waistline some good too.

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      • #18
        Not posted in a while. My wife sadly passed away. Have sold the smart so no further use for the forum I'm afraid. Many thanks for all helpful information and kind regards to all users. Angus

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        • #19
          Angus, I'm very sorry to read of your wife's passing (I never realised how serious her illness was). It must be a very difficult time for you. My thoughts are with you.
          I understand that now the smart is sold you are leaving the forum. We'll still be here if you feel like dropping in. Maybe time to find a new hobby? Anyway, take care of yourself and once again, so very sorry to hear of your loss.

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          • #20
            "We'll still be here if you feel like dropping in"

            Bless you son that's very kind of you. There's a high chance I will take you up on your offer. Life around here can be very quiet at times.

            Kind regards,

            Angus

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            • #21
              For sure drop in by. Don't be sitting staring at the walls on your own when there are people here to chat with. Where are you based - in Scotland?

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              • #22
                Good morning son. Yes, yes I'm based in Scotland. A small village called Dollar in Clackmannanshire, has been home for me for 60years now. Where about are you based?

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                • #23
                  Avril was from East Kilbride but I managed to persuade her 40years ago to marry me and move away from her home town, lucky old me.

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                  • #24
                    Dollar is notorious to me as being the sign post to catch for heading to Glasgow - or end up in Edinburgh. I used to come down that way - Perth and Milnathort - working but it didn't pay so it kind of fell away. You are in a beautiful part of Scotland. Last summer I had a wee trip down to Perth via the A9 and the scenery was absolutely stunning.
                    Currently living in Moray and if you'd been closer I'd stick the kettle on for you. If you do find yourself in my neck of the woods though, give me a shout.

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                    • #25
                      The Ochill Hills are right on my doorstep and waking up to such a bonnie sight daily is something I am very thankful for. You are correct the scenery down here is indeed absolutely stunning. That's a very kind gesture and perhaps one day I'll venture North again - so sticking your kettle on would be wonderful and I thank you kindly son.

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                      • #26
                        If you venture North.....
                        Meantimes, you take care of yourself. (I know from seeing bereavement with my parents that this isn't any easy time for you).

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                        • #27
                          Perhaps one day......
                          Take care of yourself. Best wishes for now.

                          Angus

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