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    Rubbish photo but here goes
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    Is that you and your sister?
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    Me and my Mum Mary. 1979 in Malta.

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    My hair when I don’t control it ... there aren’t many pictures like that

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    Sadly not permed ... it’s how it comes out all by itself in heat and humidity

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    I think it’s pretty.

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    Mary, that looks wonderful! Enjoy your holiday. Hope the weather is kind to you.

    Elaine, that looks like quite a tight perm too. Karen, I always wanted curly hair ... I was in my 40s before I decided to stop fighting nature!
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    Wow to the perms ladies !! Karen, you are lucky to have such lovely curls.
    My hair is ‘wavy’. I did have a couple of perms in the past, will find a photo, my hair isn’t as thick so it didn’t look as tight as yours.
    After years of blow drying my hair I am now embracing the waves, hairdresser has put some layers in and it’s way easier to look after but it does look a bit untidy now it’s ready for a cut again, we’ll see if i stick with it.

    Mary, have a lovely time. Where are you ?
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    I spent years straightening my hair from ironing ... I kid you not ... to home products and expensive salon straightening

    I was in my 40s before I accepted it was curly. Products keep it less tight curls these days

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    Karen, you must have been delighted when your style became all the fashion in the 80's. Mine has always been wavy and I could scrunch it when wet and it would go into soft curls, I always wanted straight hair. My sister's is the very opposite she always wanted curls or waves but it just doesn't hold anything no matter what.

    Do you look back on those photo's and think "When was I so young?" Where do the years go, they seem to fly by.

    I think you both look really lovely whether natural or styled. I'll have to see what I have when the demi-wave was all the go.

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    Why are we never happy with how our hair is? Mine is dead straight so I had it permed for years don’t now and do manage to get a bit of style into it
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    Hope the weather is good for you Mary, it has gone cooler here which is a blessing.

    I had a good look round for some yellow and hopefully, they won't come out sideway, let's see.

    A lemon, The front of Alderhey Hospital and a pee pot which is bright yellow. this reminded me of how we always used to look for the prompts in unusual places, so I'm trying to do that, rather than just the garden - but one of my cucumber flowers which are just beautiful and yellow.

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    A sad one but it sort of made me smile too if you know what I mean. This is the paw print of our old boy that the vet's had done.

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    Oh bless him. The old Mr Grace will always be with you now.

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    Great pictures Susie but oh that paw print it so very very special xx

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    It is special isn't it and such a lovely idea. It's funny, he only had little paws for a big dog, the other ones paws are bigger but he's not a solid as Old Mr. Grace. I just have to choose a photo to put in the frame next to his paw print now. I'll show you it when it's done.

    Did I tell you that when we took the young one to the vets yesterday he'd put on weight. The anallergenic food that the old guy had to eat was just sitting there, an almost full bag and since our young guy has been losing weight without any apparent reason we decided to give it a go and we weaned him onto it. It worked for the other one. Well, in no time he has put on almost a kilo. When we get him back to his fighting weight we will adjust the amount to keep him at that weight. Even our vet was amazed and delighted, it's a brilliant food and good for a dog like him who has a sensitive tummy too, so we've taken him off the omaprazole to see if this food solves that problem too.

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