lov letters

Posted by Jeni in Ad Infinitum | 9 October 2007

Tonight we went and had a meal in a Nepalese Restaurant. The owners name is LOV. Lov is a luv. night night.

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Comments

1. At October 9, 2007 9:05 AM Janeyb wrote:

Ouch,I never actually said I agreed/disagreed with hunting with dogs I was mainly saying about the foxes. If everybody saw the devastation left by the particular fox I mentioned earlier it would make you weep. Also did you know that foxes bite the ends off new born lambs noses/mouth (because they smell the milk) they then leave them to die! I know it's called nature and we try and cope as best we can.
Now what does everybody think about the geese that fly in, (in their thousands and decimate the farmers crops, (our food). I'll stir things up a bit. What was that about then (lov letters) late night?
By the way I'm a butcher/farmers daughter!
Janey

2. At October 9, 2007 9:22 AM Colin wrote:

Dear Jenni
Well at least you didn't "yak" on about that, short and positively sweet! Expect you were very weary after trudging up the mountain?

Regards.

3. At October 9, 2007 1:35 PM chrissie carcassonne wrote:

Hi Jeni,
Well, at least tell us what you had to eat! Is nepalese food just like Indian food?
My dad spent some time in Nepal and Tibet and 5 years in India and my Grandfather spent many years in India so I have a real love for the food and the culture of that part of the world.
Chrissie x x

4. At October 9, 2007 2:14 PM Jill wrote:

Oh what a horrid day, all it's done is rain, rain and rain and I'm proper poorly,got a chest infection, the worst bit is I have to avoid alcohol due to the antibiotics, good thing is I can watch re-runs of Great Food bites - if that's what its called! Wish you were still there Jen.
J-x-

5. At October 9, 2007 3:19 PM Sue Campbell wrote:

Hi Jeni, just finished listening to your Sunday prog., which I had to record. It was really good again and you now seem as though you have been in radio all your life! The slot time seems to be better as well, apart from disrupting your Sundays but I don't suppose you mind that too much. I particularly enjoy your blogs from the cottage - I can almost imagine myself there (scary thought for you!) Will listen again on Sunday even though my least favourite chef, Gino (sorry) is on. Maybe I will be converted.

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