Good you had fun making the yoghurt.....going out in the morning, as it has to be dry been awful winds and gails lots of floods all over the country trains not running lots off damage worst in 50yrs they are saying been very cold too, what can you do we are lucky compared to some houses all flooded out. can we just leave it to next week DONT FORGET  as not much news as not been out with the weather, shoulder still sore but not as

excruchiating  so getting there.....hope all well with you.......OH going to be a great grandmother again Darlenes Debbie pregnant makes you feel old doesnt it, Colin in Tennesse at the moment with work for a week wonder how Nadia will cope with the kids likely pulling her hair out he he!  well off for a cuppa then hope all is well with you take care God Bless.

asked Oct 05 '12 at 09:25 Annette Chacos New member

Question . . .

Peter GuessOct 05 '12 at 09:29

add comment

1 answer


Annette, there is very little punctuation in this and that makes it difficult to understand. Perhaps:


I'm glad you had fun making the yogurt.


I'm going out in the morning because we expect it to be dry. There has been awful wind, gails and floods all over the country so the trains are not running. They are saying it's the worst damage in 50 years. What can you do? We are very lucky compared to some people whose houses have been flooded. I know not much news has gotten out because of the weather.


Can we just leave [our meeting?] to next week? Don't forget!


My shoulder is still sore, but it's not as excruciating as it was. So, it's getting there. 


I hope all is well with you.


Oh! I'm going to be a great-grandmother again. Darlene's Debbie is pregnant. Makes you feel old, doesn't it? Colin is in Tennessee with his work for a week. Nadia will cope with the kids - likely pulling her hair out. he he! [or, hee hee!]


Well, off for a cuppa, then bed. So, I hope all is well with you. Take care and God bless.

link comment answered Oct 09 '12 at 05:41 mysticete Contributor

Your answer

Write at least 20 characters

Have a question about English grammar, style or vocabulary use? Ask now to get help from Grammarly experts for FREE.