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Me and Mrs H went for a pub meal the other night to celebrate her clean bill of health. We have had several weeks worrying after she had a health scare but thankfully it was a false alarm. Can't tell you hoe relieved we were.

Anyway we went for a meal to our local pub we had 2 x Steak and Chips + bottle of wine for £20. We couldn't drink all the wine so decided to take it home, on the way we wanted to pop into Sainsbury's local for a pudding (does anyone else do that?) I made Mrs H stand outside with the bottle of wine because I didn't want them to think we had nicked it. Am I paranoid? Mrs H laughs at me and says I am but she wouldn't take the short cut back through the local park which is an alcohol free zone in case people thought we were winos :biggrin:

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The waiting must have been awful for you both.I'm pleased to see Mrs H got the all clear and I hope she's enjoying good health now.Best wishes to you both from Granny and me.

Regarding 'paranoia' you should see how it feels waiting outside a ladies toilet holding a handbag while your missus goes to the loo. :blush:

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