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Hang on. That’s a bit early ..
I’m needing to decant half the bottle to share with a friend, a couple of hours before our respective lunches. Trouble is, my hand is not steady these days
I hope it’ll be worth the effort. I’m sure it will be. Are you sharing a virtual lunch? I don’t find this video-conferencing malarkey at all easy. Not just the technical side, but feeling relaxed about it. Are you more seasoned?
I’m very MS fatigued today, so we’ve deferred to Easter Sunday… I can’t lift the bottle safely. I’m quite relaxed about the video conferencing, fortunately
Poor you. I think I just need to get used to video conferencing, but I don’t even really enjoy Skyping my daughter. I just don’t feel ‘me’. Look after yourself!
I shall look after myself, and I might even arrange to do a Zoom call with you one day, I don’t bite
That decanter is very attractive, Sue.
Best wishes, Pete.
A leaving gift from one of my places of work….
The light is well captured. A clever shot!
Thank you, Amy!
Beautifully quiet. 🙂
Beautiful store wife with light patterns. Be strong. Do good. Create.
I imagine store wife is still life?!!
Ugh. I dictated that with Siri and didn’t check it over before hitting the send button. Years ago I sent an email and reply to an invitation from a respected landscape photographer for a trip to a place I’ve always wanted to go. I said it was a bucket list item. But Siri changed it to something else.
Hmmm, I wonder if I might guess…..
I believe you’d be correct. I emailed him again a few minutes later after I discovered the error, and we ended up having a big laugh over it.
Finally an unopened bottle you haven’t had a chance to drink yet. I will be right over.
You probably have until Easter Sunday