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Old 07-02-2018, 01:29 AM
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One must always keep up one's hopes … mustn't one?

We'll keep up hoping from here.
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Old 07-09-2018, 12:40 AM
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<snip> You'll notice the curtains were shut; this picture was taken at about 1pm today, in 26C temp and sun shining straight into those windows, which probably explains it.

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I realised this morning that the curtains were shut for a fair few days prior to my sneaky pic of her house, and remain so today; I can only presume she is protecting whatever's in the room from the sun.

Either that, or she spotted me spotting her, and doesn't like it. We'll see when the weather breaks I guess, which according to the weather-guessers won't be for a while yet!

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Old 07-10-2018, 12:48 AM
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Well it seems we may have a new doggie to met on our morning walks, this one a very timorous little brown & white spaniel named Molly. My bigger dog is especially taken with her!

I, on the other hand, am especially taken with Molly's owner, who I think I shall call Maggie; for no reason other than I think she looks like a Maggie! Mind you, I thought Barbara looked like a Barbara, whereas her real name is far removed from that! Ho hum.

Anyway, Maggie is in her late 30's I'd say, nice trim figure without being too skinny, lovely dark, almost black hair worn quite long (though in a pony tail the 2 days I've seen her) and a very powerful strong stride. She's worn all-black so far, making proper glimpsing of her figure somewhat difficult, but she definitely has a nice butt and the brief silhouette of the chest showed her shirt to be packed wth booby goodness.

I'm hoping to see more of her - I shall keep you all (DB!) posted, of course.

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Old 07-10-2018, 02:14 AM
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Too bad about the shut windows but Maggie sounds like a new and interesting candidate for early morning perusals. Look forward to your reports.
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Old 07-11-2018, 12:43 AM
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Too bad about the shut windows but Maggie sounds like a new and interesting candidate for early morning perusals. Look forward to your reports.



Well on a positive note, the curtains were open considerably today, though not to the more usual "fully opened" position.

However, no sign of Maggie this morning ~ or Molly-dog either! However, I was a minute or two later reaching the field today, so that may well account for it; wee dog and his toileting had to take priority this morning I'm afraid!

Hope remains!!!

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Sightings!

Maggie opted for a sleeveless-type top this morning - spaghetti straps I think they're called? - which showed off a nice tan (not surprising, given our recent weather!) and what look like a very proud pair of boobs!

I was at the opposite end of the football field to her (and a young male companion?!?!?!) so not really able to see any details. I could see there's a nice little bounce to her walk, which is reflected in chest movement; things are looking up! I just need to work on the timing a little bit perhaps - we'll see.

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The days are getting brighter … even though we've passed the summer solstice.
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Nothing at all today; not seen a single, solitary soul on our walk this morning, not in windows, not a car or bus seen, nothing.

Heard a couple of "yoofs" in loud cars on the road nearby just as we got back, not even seen any of the folk I normally see on their way to work. Most odd.

Anything to do with it being Friday 13th d'you think? Ho hum.


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Spoke too soon, did I?
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Spoke too soon, did I?


Not necessarily; it occurred to me later on that this weekend is the Glasgow Fair - traditionally, the time when many in this neck of the woods go on holiday.

All is not lost!!

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We'll keep our hopes up, then.
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We'll keep our hopes up, then.


Yes indeed!

Although hope was all that was in evidence this morning. No sign of Maggie - not really that surprised given my comments yesterday and the fact that it's raining quite heavily this morning - tends to put a lot of people off for some reason!

Sadly, no actual sighting of Liz today either, in any meaningful way at least. While the bedroom curtain remains steadfastly closed, the downstairs blinds were opened as I was walking towards the house. These are obviously opened/closed from the side though, as I could see no sign of her. Did see her very briefly as she got into her car, but (a) I don't want to be too obvious and (b) had to keep an eye on the wee dog.

Our neighbour across the road, who I see most mornings while I'm sitting here, will definitely have a coat on as she has done on all but the hottest mornings - shame, as she has a lovely slim, yet fairly busty, figure! Ah well .. .. ..

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Maybe tomorrow … maybe it's building up to a wonderful … er … dare I say it … climax.

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