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Aishah and Phyllis I missed these comments the other day! :-((I'm not keen on snow, Aishah!! It looks very pretty but..........................!! LOL I know you enjoy it as it gives you extra Jigidi time!! LOLPhyllis, I wish I spoke better Welsh myself! :-(( Although I was born in Wales (a couple of miles from where I live now) my parents and I moved to England when I was a baby. I tried to learn Welsh in my teens helped by a series "Fo a Fe". I didn't move back to Wales until my 20's and never quite got round to it........................We still have the "Hwyl"!! :-))
Da iawn, just take care - I was listening to 'Dyma Gariad fel y moroedd' on the radio this morning, in English however. I sometimes hear it in Cymraeg, but not as often as in the saisneg. I wish I could speak Welsh John. They started to bring it into the schools just as well were leaving, in 1955. Len teases me when I try to, or when I say something I really know in Welsh. Nos da becomes north star!I'm going to post a photo of one of my grandsons, Clayton  at prize giving at school this morning. Havea good day.
Very nice, John.... and not nearly as difficult as that psychedelic beast. We have gotten about 3 inches of snow in the last 4 hours so I am hoping for a snow day.
That will be in the New Year and it will be gentle workout for a while!! Going to see if I can drive tomorrow. See how the leg is! :-))
Well! first time I've done one of these - think I might stick to your boat/sea puzzles though:-) you can do an extra lap around the gym for me too if you've a mind too.