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    Quote Originally Posted by wee_ginga_yin View Post
    This is what I do when I get a thumbs down. It is very cathartic
    What on earth is that "garment"???
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    Got a few views on the first cover I did of Hurt nearly 5 years ago now. One thumb down.
    The second cover, which I am much happier with - mainly the tempo as it has quite a few boo boos, has less views than I got likes for the first one but at this stage no thumbs downs.
    Both of course had the one take policy applied.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LimousinLil View Post
    What on earth is that "garment"???
    That garment is no more it has passed on... expired and gone to meet the great cotton maker in the sky! Full of holes! Bereft of elasticity... it rests in peace... it's wearability is now 'istory... kicked the bucket... shuffled off the mortal coil, run down the curtain and joined the bleedin' choir invisible!! THIS IS AN EX-UNDERGARMENT
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    Hello Seasonistas! I haven't been on here for absolutely ages. Just had a read back of a few pages to check that the folk I "know" are still around! Yeah.... that's great. The fact is, this year has been proving rather difficult. Starting January 1st when I realised that walking seemed to be harder work than it should be. In May I managed to do the tap dance routines with the other dancers in our group out in public; though I had a couple of issues, I got away with it... truth is that I can't dance now and even walking out and about is challenging. I've had some MRI scans and nerve conductivity tests are next week. I should be getting some answers before Christmas, but maybe not a full diagnosis. As you can imagine, this business fills my mind somewhat, and somehow my time just gets filled up. I have done a bit of songwriting over the last few weeks; that took my mind off things. Managing some extended family commitments is rather a headache that needs sorting... I have had a peep at the themes from time to time, but contributing has just been a goal too far.... I'm sorry! I'm attending weekly Tai Chi sessions at the hospital (for balance) at the moment.... I take my uke and give them a few songs at the end. George Formby! It brings a big smile.....all the other attendees are older than me... it goes down well, glad to say. I hope to get back to the Seasons, I really do. I do hope Tommy is ok, I saw that he's missing, too. Well, I'm sending love and best wishes out to all... I'll clock in again before too long. And thumbs-downers? 'Tain't me.......!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by barefootgypsy View Post
    Hello Seasonistas! I haven't been on here for absolutely ages. Just had a read back of a few pages to check that the folk I "know" are still around! Yeah.... that's great. The fact is, this year has been proving rather difficult. Starting January 1st when I realised that walking seemed to be harder work than it should be. In May I managed to do the tap dance routines with the other dancers in our group out in public; though I had a couple of issues, I got away with it... truth is that I can't dance now and even walking out and about is challenging. I've had some MRI scans and nerve conductivity tests are next week. I should be getting some answers before Christmas, but maybe not a full diagnosis. As you can imagine, this business fills my mind somewhat, and somehow my time just gets filled up. I have done a bit of songwriting over the last few weeks; that took my mind off things. Managing some extended family commitments is rather a headache that needs sorting... I have had a peep at the themes from time to time, but contributing has just been a goal too far.... I'm sorry! I'm attending weekly Tai Chi sessions at the hospital (for balance) at the moment.... I take my uke and give them a few songs at the end. George Formby! It brings a big smile.....all the other attendees are older than me... it goes down well, glad to say. I hope to get back to the Seasons, I really do. I do hope Tommy is ok, I saw that he's missing, too. Well, I'm sending love and best wishes out to all... I'll clock in again before too long. And thumbs-downers? 'Tain't me.......!!!
    That doesn't sound good. I hope you get answers soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barefootgypsy View Post
    Hello Seasonistas! I haven't been on here for absolute ages. Just had a read back of a few pages to check that the folk I "know" are still around! Yeah.... that's great. The fact is, this year has been proving rather difficult. Starting January 1st when I realised that walking seemed to be harder work than it should be. In May I managed to do the tap dance routines with the other dancers in our group out in public; though I had a couple of issues, I got away with it... truth is that I can't dance now and even walking out and about is challenging. I've had some MRI scans and nerve conductivity tests are next week. I should be getting some answers before Christmas, but maybe not a full diagnosis. As you can imagine, this business fills my mind somewhat, and somehow my time just gets filled up. I have done a bit of songwriting over the last few weeks; that took my mind off things. Managing some extended family commitments is rather a headache that needs sorting... I have had a peep at the themes from time to time, but contributing has just been a goal too far.... I'm sorry! I'm attending weekly Tai Chi sessions at the hospital (for balance) at the moment.... I take my uke and give them a few songs at the end. George Formby! It brings a big smile.....all the other attendees are older than me... it goes down well, glad to say. I hope to get back to the Seasons, I really do. I do hope Tommy is ok, I saw that he's missing, too. Well, I'm sending love and best wishes out to all... I'll clock in again before too long. And thumbs-downers? 'Tain't me.......!!!
    Hi Lesley, I sure hope they get you sorted out soon. That isn't any fun at all. I do understand the absents from this place. It's a big commitment to be here every week when so many things want to pull us away. Sure am glad to hear you're still playing and getting smiles from the other patients.

    As far as the thumbs down I think we are all getting a big giggle out of it. At least I am. I deserve more than i get
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    wishing you good luck with those tests results, lesley, i hope everything will be ok for you

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    Quote Originally Posted by bird's eye view of my ukelele View Post
    wishing you good luck with those tests results, lesley, i hope everything will be ok for you
    Aye! ditto
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    Quote Originally Posted by barefootgypsy View Post
    Hello Seasonistas! I haven't been on here for absolutely ages. Just had a read back of a few pages to check that the folk I "know" are still around! Yeah.... that's great. The fact is, this year has been proving rather difficult. Starting January 1st when I realised that walking seemed to be harder work than it should be. In May I managed to do the tap dance routines with the other dancers in our group out in public; though I had a couple of issues, I got away with it... truth is that I can't dance now and even walking out and about is challenging. I've had some MRI scans and nerve conductivity tests are next week. I should be getting some answers before Christmas, but maybe not a full diagnosis. As you can imagine, this business fills my mind somewhat, and somehow my time just gets filled up. I have done a bit of songwriting over the last few weeks; that took my mind off things. Managing some extended family commitments is rather a headache that needs sorting... I have had a peep at the themes from time to time, but contributing has just been a goal too far.... I'm sorry! I'm attending weekly Tai Chi sessions at the hospital (for balance) at the moment.... I take my uke and give them a few songs at the end. George Formby! It brings a big smile.....all the other attendees are older than me... it goes down well, glad to say. I hope to get back to the Seasons, I really do. I do hope Tommy is ok, I saw that he's missing, too. Well, I'm sending love and best wishes out to all... I'll clock in again before too long. And thumbs-downers? 'Tain't me.......!!!
    Wishing you all the best, Lesley, and hoping that your test results will show you the way forward, so that you can get back to the Seasons as soon as possible. X
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    Quote Originally Posted by wee_ginga_yin View Post
    That garment is no more it has passed on... expired and gone to meet the great cotton maker in the sky! Full of holes! Bereft of elasticity... it rests in peace... it's wearability is now 'istory... kicked the bucket... shuffled off the mortal coil, run down the curtain and joined the bleedin' choir invisible!! THIS IS AN EX-UNDERGARMENT
    I am not prepared to pursue my line of enquiry any longer as I think this is getting too silly!
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