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Re: Billie&Sanjay

Postby sanjays mummi » Fri Apr 07, 2017 1:54 pm

Daddi wore thermal undies all year round, because he was thin he felt cold, and he had his electric blanket on!. I usually keep a few winter bits out, the wind can be chilly, or summer morning's can be fresh. Ms Sanjays breeches make me smile! :-c

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Re: Billie&Sanjay

Postby AJPeter » Sun Apr 09, 2017 7:29 am

You have lost me what about Sanjay's Breeches? ;;)

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Re: Billie&Sanjay

Postby sanjays mummi » Sun Apr 09, 2017 11:53 am

They're cute and funny, I suppose I should call them culottes?, I used to wonder if birds had cold feet, or cold beak, but they have brilliant insulation. :-bd

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Re: Billie&Sanjay

Postby AJPeter » Mon Apr 10, 2017 5:40 am

Culottes became all the fashion after hot pants died out, about 1964, but I thought women looked strange when they wore them, l remember we had an enquiry for Hot pants from a 84 year old grand mother!

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Re: Billie&Sanjay

Postby sanjays mummi » Mon Apr 10, 2017 7:46 am

Wrong timeline, I had pink tweed culottes in 1969, hotpants came in around 1970/71. But I didn't like them, I can't stand seeing women over forty in shorts or Capri pants, Not a good look, Ever.
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Re: Billie&Sanjay

Postby AJPeter » Mon Apr 10, 2017 10:32 am

Now l think about it you are right it was 1969, got my nickers in a twist. The day has gone to the same place all the flowers went.

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Re: Billie&Sanjay

Postby AJPeter » Sun Apr 16, 2017 10:06 am

Billie now has three light weight covers your one, a black out curtain from our church and a floral hall curtain, she is quite happy with that. The summer curtains do not cut out much light but at least they do not trap the heat like the thermal ones do, albeit the light as well. Moulting in full swing giving Feather up and Calivet calcium as well.

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Re: Billie&Sanjay

Postby sanjays mummi » Sun Apr 16, 2017 4:43 pm

Goodness! I hope she isn't claustrophobic! Or too hot. Ms Sanjay just has a black cotton king size sheet. Billie puts her to shame, three measly feathers, same as last year, hey ho, (*)

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Re: Billie&Sanjay

Postby AJPeter » Mon Apr 17, 2017 4:49 am

Billie had a lovely shower in the bath room, she climbs down the clothes horse and stand in the water while l spray her, sometimes she tries to get lower and water comes over the top of her wings she is very brave. When she had had enough she climbs back up the clothes horse wringing wet, and if l do not offer my shoulder quickly enough she flies to my shoulder wings wringing wet!

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Re: Billie&Sanjay

Postby sanjays mummi » Mon Apr 17, 2017 10:20 am

"Save water, bath with a friend", my daughters Boxer took that literally, hurtled up the stairs and leapt into the bath with her,
Ms Sanjay nipped my arm today, because she wanted her food yesterday, and I wasn't going quickly enough!, fortunately I was wearing sleeves, but it still pinched.
Typical Bank Holiday weather, it will turn lovely as soon as the children go back to school!, ^#(^

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Re: Billie&Sanjay

Postby AJPeter » Tue Apr 18, 2017 4:59 am

You are lucky, when Billie is mad with me she goes for the jugular, biting me on the back of neck, General Election called for June 8, its all happening
Emma has lost her job and tells me her tenancy is up in May but I have heard that one before., our local election in May for a Mayor for Birmingham. Its all go!

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Re: Billie&Sanjay

Postby sanjays mummi » Tue Apr 18, 2017 9:44 am

We have a lib dem mayor, can't seem to get shot of him, he's been mayor for at least a decade, absolutely useless.
I think my hair is long enough to cover the nape of my neck, but Ms Sanjay is more full on!, I remember a vet telling me he hated treating Corgi's because they would allow him all sorts of liberties with their anatomies, but he didn't Dare turn his back on them, his calfs and ankles were prime target from behind!. I hope Emma is telling the truth this time.

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Re: Billie&Sanjay

Postby AJPeter » Tue Apr 18, 2017 10:36 am

Recently it has been heaven with her going to bed at 7 pm and sleeping until 8 am, l could sleep myself for 9 -10 hours and Easter Weekend she was vey quite, if she is telling the truth about moving on in May she certainly does not want me to complain of noise at 4 am again it would spoil her chances of being rehoused. It is one of those things called wait and see. I hate wait and see. It was what mother used to say when asked "What's fro dinner." And it turned out to be liver casserole. YuK! :)) Billie has been very good today l take her on my shoulder into the bath room and offer her a shower, but she refused today. [-x

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Re: Billie&Sanjay

Postby sanjays mummi » Tue Apr 18, 2017 1:58 pm

Liver is full of cholestrol, its where cholesterol is stored,, not as healthy as some people think. If Emma is being evicted, nobody will rehouse her. Ms Sanjay wouldn't want his squirty bottle every day, I let him semaphore for one when he is ready, usually once a week when he knows it's his "big clean" day :-!

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Re: Billie&Sanjay

Postby AJPeter » Wed Apr 19, 2017 6:32 am

Unfortunately the HA is not evicting her (Yet) but her tenancy runs out in May, and all the time l thought she had been given notice! The HA won't do anything until they have to but if l make anymore complaints about noise at 4 am they will have to evict her.
They say punishing :Parrots is a waste of time but gives you a lot of satisfaction, I let Billie out this morning and while l was waiting for the pill to work she wanted to chew my slippers so l pushed her away with my foot, after breakfast l was fixing her water bowl with my back to the cage and she flew and bit me on the neck! Twice last week and now once this week, Too much, so l put her back in the cage and covered it. She said she was sorry but l made her wait until I had finished playing the organ and l took the covers off but kept her locked in the cage until I come back from my walk.
After lunch l offered her a shower in the bathroom she was on my shoulder and said no, but she leant round and gave me kisses, She is more forgiving than me, but l wonder what would happen I bit her when she chews my slippers!
Don't worry lonely made liver casserole once, raw liver is too slimy l had to use woollen gloves! I put it all into a slow cooker and it was very good each day l would add more vegetables until one day l had wicked stomach cramp and threw the slow cooker away, that was 30 years ago, l buy a frozen liver casserole to have once in a blue moon. :)) :))

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Re: Billie&Sanjay

Postby sanjays mummi » Wed Apr 19, 2017 12:17 pm

I used to coat it in flour, saute it then wack it under a hot grill, crispy outside, tender inside, when our daughter died, my mother in law decided to cook liver, it was burnt, but tasted like Ashes anyway, I went off it because the smell of cooked liver would linger for days, eww!, one of the girls in my kitchen (army) was given the task of removing the membrane and slicing it, she was a big girl, and her tummy got in the way, she had to change her whites every day!.
Feisty Billie!!, time out will do her good, Jacks nose bleeds when he kicks off, I told my daughter it might teach him to wind his neck in.
Ms Sanjay semaphored for bed, and wanted goodnight kisses, it's really sweet. :-bd

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Re: Billie&Sanjay

Postby AJPeter » Thu Apr 20, 2017 5:25 am

Did l tell you about my first Christmas on my own after l left home? Well if I did close your eyes to the next bit l will tell you when to open your eyes, I cooked a full /dinner with roast potatoes and I ate it all, then I put the Christmas pudding which was tinned into a pan of water and went to sit down in the LR and fell asleep, I awoke to an enormous bang, rushed into the kitchen and stood there laughing. It was so funny, there was Christmas pudding all over the walls and ceiling the pan was red hot and was burning a hole in my new vinyl floor, the tin had broken the Kitchen window and was smouldering in the yard. After l had calmed down l spent all afternoon cleaning up the mess. You can open your eyes now.

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Re: Billie&Sanjay

Postby sanjays mummi » Thu Apr 20, 2017 9:35 am

You didn't pierce the tin first?, and let it boil dry?, it's something I've never liked, daddi would only eat home made, I made the cake, my daughter made him a pudding and mincemeat, she doesn't like mincemeat and pudding either.
When I was a girl, my mum bought tins of Ambrosia rice and obviously didn't check if they were blown, so she had an explosion when she opened one, the mess was awful, but it didn't break a window or burn her lino.
I gave Ms Sanjay raw carrot, he nibbled it, then discarded it, so I tried him with a cooked piece, that got the same treatment, he used to completely ignore it. I had some wild bird seed once, and found carrots sprouting in the ground!, it contained carrot seeds! :-bd

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Re: Billie&Sanjay

Postby AJPeter » Thu Apr 20, 2017 10:15 am

Billie turned her nose up at Beetroot but when I insisted she tried a bit she gave it a nibble and pulled a horrible face, so that is something else muggins
will have to eat up. She lets me know she was ready for bed but we have top go through the routine, umpteen dozen kisses, eventually she got on the spare perch and I put her in. I have an android tablet l only keep it for games but it would not switch on and l discovered the charging plug was not seated properly and it was not charging.

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Re: Billie&Sanjay

Postby sanjays mummi » Thu Apr 20, 2017 2:27 pm

Maybe she wants Waitrose or Harrods beetroot?, I will get some, I have a veggie meal once or twice a week, and I noticed beetroot on the market. Have you seen the Heinz tomato ketchup ad?, Dachshunds dressed as hot dogs and daft people dressed as ketchup bottles, oy vey! ^#(^

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Re: Billie&Sanjay

Postby AJPeter » Fri Apr 21, 2017 6:33 am

Some adverts are terrible but the whole point if you remember the product, the advert can be terrible, like the train guide advert! A hooded pullover has solved Billie biting my neck! She tried it on but had to land on my shoulder and then she tried to bite through the fleece, but l shooed her away.

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Re: Billie&Sanjay

Postby sanjays mummi » Fri Apr 21, 2017 9:16 am

"She tried it on"?, goodness!, it must have been a bit big?, did the colour suit her?, :-bd
Anyway, Ms Sanjay nibbled a piece of raw carrot today, but still isn't keen.
I never touch table sauces, and there's a Lot of sugar in them, I used to make them, that's how I know. I've never understood the disrespect people have for their pets, dressing them up like dolls, a glitzy collar maybe, but clothes or fancy dress?, poor creatures .
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Re: Billie&Sanjay

Postby AJPeter » Fri Apr 21, 2017 10:51 am

Very good, it was one size too big and blue she wanted green! There is a man. What man? The man with the power! What power? The power of hoodo, Hoodo? You do? What? Remind me of a man! I in our park who exercised his dogs sitting in an invalid carriage, but one day he only had one dog with him, so l asked him Where was the other dog and he told me a very long story that he had spent nearly £5000 pounds on vet bills the dog had to have several operations and died. Vets know how to charge! I have a saving's account with £480 in it to cover vet bills. Scarlet's have just sent me an email advertising a first aid kit for £20 looks interesting l might get one.

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Re: Billie&Sanjay

Postby sanjays mummi » Fri Apr 21, 2017 2:56 pm

Coo! I must have a shufty, sounds intereresting, maybe the blue clashed with her eyes?.
Yes, Ms Sanjays piggy bank is healthy, and you're right, vets in different parts of the UK make prices up as they go along, vets4pets at the back of Jolleys are very competitive, a friend only paid 55 quids to have her kitten spayed.
I must call at the newsagent on Monday and see if Parrot mag is there, ^#(^


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