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Re: This forum

Postby AwayinaChive » 09 Jan 2012, 10:01

Crumpetsmum wrote:I'm also really glad I found this forum. Although, I wonder sometimes if I am becoming slightly addicted! I used to read to read books on my kindle when feeding/ stuck under sleeping Crumpet and now I read this instead, and I haven't even made it into the craft section, way too scary.


Oh, it's ok, we're all addicted!
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Re: This forum

Postby Mumintraining » 09 Jan 2012, 11:43

We are near Bromley, SE London/ Kent. I will have to be braver at inviting myself to things :)
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Re: This forum

Postby Rosie_t_Riveter » 09 Jan 2012, 13:58

Mumintraining wrote:We are near Bromley, SE London/ Kent. I will have to be braver at inviting myself to things :)


MIT, You are hereby officially invited to the SE London BLW Slingmeet on the 22nd Feb. Your gold leafed invitation is in the post, please accept this link as a placeholder until it arrives. <bows>
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Re: This forum

Postby Aitch » 09 Jan 2012, 22:21

i don't think the spelling thing means that everyone CAN spell, more that they make the attempt and avoid textspeak. <shudder>
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Re: This forum

Postby Efficient_Edna » 09 Jan 2012, 23:05

Yep, best forum I've ever been on. I've had other forums I love, but, for example one is a very wise and witty place but with a lot of conflict. Another is a very supportive place (it's a miscarriage forum) but with neither the eloquence nor the "likemindedness" I find over here about AP type stuff.

The only problem is that I never find the time to keep up with a lot of what goes on here, and I often miss out on important announcements etc. Or read them but don't have time to reply. So I end up feeling a bit like a casual acquantance than one of the family, which makes me a bit :( :( :( .

It's nice to have connected with a lot of you on Facebook, I can keep up with things a little better on there for some reason.

Vicki x
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Bouncing L born Sep '11.
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Re: This forum

Postby Mumintraining » 09 Jan 2012, 23:33

Ok I take it aaaall back!! I am wide awake, when I could have been asleep an hour ago, because I've been reading and posting on this blimmin' forum!
My insomnia aside, thanks v much Rosie :)
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Re: This forum

Postby Noir » 10 Jan 2012, 07:46

EE- you are totally one of the family! It's not about how much time you spend here. DH spends more time at work than home, he's still part of our family!
It's only because I have little else to keep my brain occupied that I spend so much time on here talking to all these wonderful people...that and it's one of three bookmarks on my phone, and really easy to use on my phone, so I can dip in and out all day long!
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