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- How about a telephone chat amongst us all?
Tue 16-Nov-10
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Ray and Helle
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Great to hear it went well!

You talking to me?

Tue 16-Nov-10
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Fiona has just reminded me that i said we would do it again next week - that would be tomorrow 17/11.

However, i have had second thoughts during the week and I think that maybe fortnightly might be a better idea. But that is just a thought. Very happy to speak with you all again tomorrow (Wed) if there is demand. I would love to do it as often as we all think best.

Let me know your preference rose

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Wed 17-Nov-10
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if it is going to happen count me in as well but please let me know what night it is on, wouldn't like to be chris no mates would I.

must also get new batteries for my phone though.

 

I have reached an age where my train of thought often leaves the station without me...

Wed 17-Nov-10
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Michelle from Oregon
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I had planned to call in every other week since it will cost me around $4.50 a call.

But thats just me.....whistle

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Wed 17-Nov-10
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wave I'm having friends round for supper tonight, so I wouldn't manage  anyway and would be glad if it was next week.

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Wed 17-Nov-10
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I can't do tonight. Maybe next week, but I think I may be working late. I am glad I haven't missed out altogether!

Wed 17-Nov-10
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Thanks for your responses.

Danny has asked me to say that it will be next week - November 24th 7pm!

Very much looking forward to it as I really enjoyed the first one!

Wed 17-Nov-10
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count me in, look forward to it.

I have reached an age where my train of thought often leaves the station without me...

Wed 24-Nov-10
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Michelle from Oregon
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Just woke up to a reminder that I have to take Rex the cat to the Vet today, so I won't be able to call in today. No worries, he gets itchy and occasionally needs to get a cortisone shot to combat the digging at himself.

(FYI-7pm in the UK is 11am on the US west coast).

Have lots of fun today, and giggle lots for me!

Somebody post a recap for me! big_laugh

 

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Wed 24-Nov-10
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Will it be the same numbers as before, Danny?

This conferencing malarkey was a first for me !!!!! ..... a sheltered life .....  big_hug

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"How do you spell 'Love'?" (Piglet). 

"You don't spell it, you feel it" (Pooh).

 'A hug,' said Pooh 'is always the right size!' 

Wed 24-Nov-10
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Same numbers as last time. (I must look out for a service that has more local numbers for e.g. N. America).

Date: Wednesday 24 Nov 2010

Time 19:00 GMT

To join the call, please dial
in and then enter the Passcode when prompted, 547244 followed by the # key.

Number to dial:

From UK: 0844 84 84 84 0

Skype Out: 00 44 844 873 60 60

* Austria: 0820 401 15644
    * France: 082 123 1046
    * Ireland: +44 844 873 60 60
    * Germany: 01805 123 0131
    * Spain: 902 886 038
    * Poland: 0703 100 353
    * Everywhere else: +44 844 873 60 60 or +49 1803 002 063

Passcode: 547244 followed by the # key

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Wed 24-Nov-10
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I can confirm that this works on SKYPE but it cost me 56p for a call of  6.5 mins from France to the UK.  It said it was costing me 7p per min but my maths says that works out at 8.8p so maybe there is a connection charge.  Anyhow it would probably be cheaper from the landline.

 

It's good to talk though ......smile

 

Wed 24-Nov-10
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Good to talk again, guys, sorry I was a bit late - dinner got in the way. It was good though!! big_hug

brightsparklystuff

Oh, and P.S. Danny - thanks for my new bling ........  smile

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Wed 24-Nov-10
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wave  Thanks everyone.  I really enjoyed talking to you all.  big_hug

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Wed 24-Nov-10
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Thanks everybody, great idea.

 

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