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    Quote Originally Posted by Pantherboy View Post
    I thought it was hot here in Penrith on new years eve, when it was 46.3 degrees Celsius. Well, today (Sat) it is 48.9 C - the hottest day ever recorded in Greater Sydney (& it was supposedly the hottest place on Earth today!). And there is still the bushfire threat in the Blue Mountains & the South Coast etc. (48.9C is equivalent to about 130 Fahrenheit!). I have had the air-con on as well as the ceiling fans & it is still stifling hot inside at 7:30pm. Unbelievable!

    https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/ne...aign=editorial
    I cry at the devastation and loss in Australia, such a lovely country in ruins, take care over there, stay safe

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    I am so sorry to hear this Siobhan, losing a sibling is a terrible thing. Please take care of yourself. I lost my younger brother in June 2018, he was my only sibling and I spent a lot of time supporting my parents and sister in law - it catches up with you. I suffered a delayed grief reaction and I was on medication and counselling for six months before feeling myself again. Please remember the goid times and give yourself time xxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinity View Post
    I am so sorry to hear this Siobhan, losing a sibling is a terrible thing. Please take care of yourself. I lost my younger brother in June 2018, he was my only sibling and I spent a lot of time supporting my parents and sister in law - it catches up with you. I suffered a delayed grief reaction and I was on medication and counselling for six months before feeling myself again. Please remember the goid times and give yourself time xxx
    Hi Trinity, missed you on here xx

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    To all affected by the terrible weather right now going over UK, please stay warm, dry and safe xxx

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    storm ciara causing chaos

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    Quote Originally Posted by lizann View Post
    storm ciara causing chaos
    It's called Sabine here in germany and it was really bad yesterday
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    I felt like I'd slipped into a Soap cliche this morning as I discovered I had run out of milk.....

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    i hope ye all enjoy love day

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    covid 19 (coronavirus) spreading everywhere fast, take care everyone

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    Quote Originally Posted by lizann View Post
    covid 19 (coronavirus) spreading everywhere fast, take care everyone
    I was asked to do a coronavirus plan yesterday for the nhs service i run in case the virus spreads. I am just so worried about my husband. He is highly vulnerable after a stroke. He does not go out but he has a few different carers coming in. All go on public transport in london. I just happened to work from home today and saw that they do not follow care agency instructions.

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