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  1. Carol

    You remind me of a friend from my youth who also named his car – Cecil. Glad Bernard is back and the sticky pads are off. I also react to the gel on sticky pads. Hoping the coming week is filled with crafts, fun and love for you and your family. #keepingitreal

  2. Rosie Doal

    Aah I like that you have a name for your car – Mine is called Blu (because it’s blue) but my previous car was called Doris (after Doris Day) lol x #KeepingItReal

  3. Kate

    Fantastic name for a car. Used to sit next to a lad called Bernard at school. Funny how blogs trigger memories sometimes. Love how your blog is so real, how blogging used to be before it became all about monetizing, awards and so on. Have a great week and I must get into this crochet lark myself as I do keep saying I will #MMBC

    • Anne Sweet

      I’ve always named my cars, and I have an instinct as to whether they are male or female too. My husband thinks I’m bonkers, but he still calls the car Bernard. 🙂

  4. Shaz Goodwin

    Your hooking projects sound exciting Anne.

    Glad you have Bernard back and hope the driving goes well. Since an op in 2011 I have anxieties around traffic lights although it is getting better! Have no idea why the op triggered it …

    Happy hooking.

  5. Debbie

    Hi Anne, getting Bernard back must be like a family member returning to the fold again (love the name)… Fingers crossed it was your meds giving you problems. There was a type of sticky plastic that always used to make my skin react, it must be something in the stickiness that makes us sensitive types react!… It sounds as if hands busy, I’ve not had the time to crochet as I had hoped so far this winter. I remember when you started the blanket, it’s scary how fast the time goes.

    Thank you for linking up with #keepingitreal.

    xx

  6. Jayne @ Sticky Mud and Belly Laughs

    Glad to hear that Bernard is back! Hope all goes well with the results after wearing the heart monitor. Craig had to wear one a couple of times after his transplant, just while they were balancing his drugs out.
    The crochet projects sound awesome! Can’t wait to see them finished 🙂

    Thanks so much for being part of #MMBC. x

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