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Still haven't heard anything from PIP

sandyxxxsandyxxx Member Posts: 99 Courageous
edited June 2020 in PIP, DLA and AA
Hi all 
well still haven’t heard anything from pip yet it’s taking ages from the 17th February one text to say they received my form back and might have to see a assessor that was 2nd March It’s a nightmare waiting 
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  • Chloe_ScopeChloe_Scope Scope Posts: 10,680 Disability Gamechanger
    Hi @sandyxxx, have you rung DWP recently? Assessments are currently been carried out over the phone.
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  • sandyxxxsandyxxx Member Posts: 99 Courageous
    Yeah phoned them 3 weeks ago they said it was with the assessor and I would here in a few days never heard anything. They gave me a number to phone they said they had no slots but would here in a few days 2 weeks later still nothing x
  • woodbinewoodbine Member Posts: 2,266 Disability Gamechanger
    Is this a review or first time claim?
  • sandyxxxsandyxxx Member Posts: 99 Courageous
  • Chloe_ScopeChloe_Scope Scope Posts: 10,680 Disability Gamechanger
    I would maybe give them another ring @sandyxxx, I know they are very busy at the moment!
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  • sandyxxxsandyxxx Member Posts: 99 Courageous
    Going to today was on a hour on hold they hung up I was fuming x
  • janer1967janer1967 Community champion Posts: 6,295 Disability Gamechanger
    Hi @sandyxxx I understand your frustration and it doesn't help but note the DWP are running on reduced staff and dealing with more claims for benefits that ever. It appears it is an assessment you are waiting for so hopefully it wont be too long but again they have reduced staffing levels but on a positive it will only be a phone assessment rather then f2f.

    Also if your successful your claim will be back dated to the date you applied    
  • sandyxxxsandyxxx Member Posts: 99 Courageous
    Ah thanks I got through to them today they are sending a letter out to me. X
  • Brumboy68Brumboy68 Member Posts: 77 Courageous
    So glad you are finally getting somewhere. You must be unlucky. I've only joined recently but most posts I have read on here about new claimants including myself who started there journey late march or April have had their phone assesments at least.
  • sandyxxxsandyxxx Member Posts: 99 Courageous
    The assessment centre has had my claim since the 28th February according to dwp. But we know they are really busy but they should keep people posted on what's going on.x
  • neuromum4neuromum4 Member Posts: 67 Courageous
    I made a claim last year March, did 2 MR. I got a tribunal date for April 1st and that was cancelled still waiting on new date. My rep reckons a few months at least. I live in London apparently a backlog.
  • sandyxxxsandyxxx Member Posts: 99 Courageous
    What a long time to wait hope you are successful if it's right what people say you should get it all back dated x
  • sandyxxxsandyxxx Member Posts: 99 Courageous
    Well still nothing available for a one to one phone call for my claim. Think I will just give up. 
    My eye sight just gets worse the wind blew something in front of me I didn't see it went flying in the garden ended up braking my elbow ouch it has made me loose all confidence going out 🙁
  • katho31katho31 Member - under moderation Posts: 700 Pioneering
    sandyxxx said:
    Well still nothing available for a one to one phone call for my claim. Think I will just give up. 
    My eye sight just gets worse the wind blew something in front of me I didn't see it went flying in the garden ended up braking my elbow ouch it has made me loose all confidence going out 🙁
    @sandyxxx, please dont give up, we are all hear for you, i was about to give give up too, i got my apt for face to face tel consultation by txt yesterday, its next friday 12th. i waited just over 16 weeks. i hope your elbow is ok and you are resting now
  • janer1967janer1967 Community champion Posts: 6,295 Disability Gamechanger
    @sandyxxx sorry to hear about your broken elbow and hope you are ok.

    Dont give up when you have come so far 
  • sandyxxxsandyxxx Member Posts: 99 Courageous
    Thanks everyone my elbow is coming on ok still really sore but it will mend.
    I don't know if they have to get a assessor that knows about your disability to phone you or if it's any professional to do it. People I have spoke to who put their claim in after I did have had there f2f call and some have had a decision already. It's so frustrating I feel as though I'm begging. And when I phone them I feel as though I'm bothering them. It's awful xxx
  • janer1967janer1967 Community champion Posts: 6,295 Disability Gamechanger
    The assessors are not trained in specific disabilities a lot of them are ex paramedics or physiotherapist 
  • sandyxxxsandyxxx Member Posts: 99 Courageous
    Ah right I thought they were specialists in a specific field. So you could get someone that doesn't know about a illness / disability you have x
  • janer1967janer1967 Community champion Posts: 6,295 Disability Gamechanger
    Yes that's right they are not there to check diagnosis but to assess your ability to complete tasks against the descriptors 

    They will ask you questions based on your application 
  • sandyxxxsandyxxx Member Posts: 99 Courageous
    So complicated isn't it.i have to see the visual impaired consultant in July but that's not on my claim. Everything has changed since I put the claim in so don't know how that will pan out xx
  • chiariedschiarieds Community champion Posts: 6,338 Disability Gamechanger
    edited June 2020
    Hi @sandyxxx - Just to clarify a few things:
    - firstly the assessors are trained to understand your functional disability, i.e. how does your disability affects your daily living activities, & or mobility
    - you will not necessarily meet an assessor that knows all about your disability.....they don't need to, but rather understand about how any disability affects your function, as mentioned above.
    - speaking as a physiotherapist (altho I trained a long time ago), I did spend 3 & a half years learning as much anatomy & physiology as a medical Dr. I received further training in many fields of disability; rheumatology, neurology, orthopaedics, etc. So, altho I couldn't know everything about every condition, physios do actually know quite a lot about specific disabilities, so I politely disagree with @janer1967 on that aspect, otherwise she is correct that it's not about your diagnosis, but how your disability affects you.
    - Any worsening of your condition cannot be taken into account, nor future visits with a consultant.
    - It's usually worthwhile seeing where your current claim takes you first, & I hope all goes well. :)
  • sandyxxxsandyxxx Member Posts: 99 Courageous
    Awe thank you for the information it is a lot to take in. If my claim comes back were Im not entitled to anything I don't think I would go through it again.like I said before I feel as though I'm begging it's not a very nice feeling. But we will see what happens x

  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 774 Pioneering
    [email protected] Hi hope your well this morning, I understand how frustrated you are but please don’t give up, if it doesn’t go your way as you say your health is deteriorating, it’s not fair we have to fight for our benefits, I’m currently waiting on word back from my mandatory reconsideration, but will probably need to appeal as not many MR decisions change, but hopefully you’ll get yours after your assessment good luck. 
  • sandyxxxsandyxxx Member Posts: 99 Courageous
    Thank you I hope your claim goes the way you want it. This is the first claim I have put in for. I have been told that I can claim other benefits like benefits for the blind or partially sighted but if its  anything like this one I'm not going to put in for them. 
  • janer1967janer1967 Community champion Posts: 6,295 Disability Gamechanger
    @chiarieds sorry I did not mean to offend 

    I was by no means putting down physio or any profession I was just pointing out that assessors are not assigned to claimants based on knowledge of their individual disability .

    I know only too well how knowledgeable physio are in their field and their expertise. My own team of physio supported me both physically and emotionally through a very difficult time and they are an absolute asset to the medical profession 

    Sorry I didnt mean any offence to anyone 
  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 774 Pioneering
    [email protected]  I’m sorry I don’t no anything about the benefits for the blind or partially sighted sorry but I’m sure one of the other members will know and get back to you @Adrian_Scope could you maybe help here thanks. 
  • katho31katho31 Member - under moderation Posts: 700 Pioneering
    sandyxxx said:
    Awe thank you for the information it is a lot to take in. If my claim comes back were Im not entitled to anything I don't think I would go through it again.like I said before I feel as though I'm begging it's not a very nice feeling. But we will see what happens x

    hi @[email protected] really want to wish you well and hope you get what you rightly deserve, its extremely stressful and does take a lot out of you ie; anxiety/low mood. dont give up, we are all here for you
  • sandyxxxsandyxxx Member Posts: 99 Courageous
    Thank you all ❤️ I think I would have gave up before now if it wasn't for you lovely people giving me advice xx
  • janer1967janer1967 Community champion Posts: 6,295 Disability Gamechanger
    Hi @sandyxxx

    The only other benefits I am aware of for the blind is the blind persons allowance which allows you to earn additional earnings before you pay tax . I think you also dont have to pay for tv license and can get grants towards technical equipment .

    Other people may know of more 
  • janer1967janer1967 Community champion Posts: 6,295 Disability Gamechanger
    Just checked it is 50% reduction for tv license for registered blind or severely impaired there is no reduction for sight impaired only 
  • katho31katho31 Member - under moderation Posts: 700 Pioneering
    Lou67 said:
    [email protected]  I’m sorry I don’t no anything about the benefits for the blind or partially sighted sorry but I’m sure one of the other members will know and get back to you @Adrian_Scope could you maybe help here thanks. 
    hi @Lou67, how are you today? ive had a very good nights sleep last night, first time in a week  :)
  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 774 Pioneering
    [email protected] Aww that’s great I feel if you can get a decent sleep at least you can cope a bit better through the day, oh I’m ok just trying to get my breath back was down throwing out old coats and crap Iv accumulated lol the stairs kill me hopefully be able to move to my new flat this week. 
  • katho31katho31 Member - under moderation Posts: 700 Pioneering
    aww, i didnt know you were moving? yes stairs are a nightmare, i could quite easily live in a static caravan  :)

  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 774 Pioneering
    Aw sorry though I had sd, I was due to move 2 days after we went into lockdown so wasn’t able to, I’m currently in a private let I eventually got a house from housing association that is much better for me, it is still one up but only a small flight of stairs, I’m currently 3 flights up and most days is a nightmare so I only go out when I really need to. Sorry Iv ranted on again lol. 
  • sandyxxxsandyxxx Member Posts: 99 Courageous
    Thanks that’s what I was told about the tv licence. Hopefully I get some news in the next couple of weeks. Is it true after you have your assessment you have to wait another 8 weeks before you get a decision? X
  • janer1967janer1967 Community champion Posts: 6,295 Disability Gamechanger
    @sandyxxx you do have to wait for decision 

    Approx a week after your assessment you can ring and ask for a copy of your report this will give you some indication of points scored. It isnt the final decision but in most cases they go with the report 

    You then need to wait for decision letter again this could be either less or more than 8 weeks depending on workload at DWP
  • sandyxxxsandyxxx Member Posts: 99 Courageous
    Ah thanks for letting me know xx
  • sandyxxxsandyxxx Member Posts: 99 Courageous
    Well had my assessment phone call yesterday after they had a cancellation so it's a waiting game again but at least is moving on XXX
  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 774 Pioneering
    @sandyxxx. Oh glad to hear youv had your assessment hope it went well, fingers crossed for you that you get a positive out come 😊
  • katho31katho31 Member - under moderation Posts: 700 Pioneering
    hi @Lou67, i hope i havent upset you?
  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 774 Pioneering
    Aww Kath not at all, I just felt bad for you, I got married really young was 17 and about a year later domestic violence started I left a lot of times but always ended up back, that went on for a good while, I eventually left for good 10 years ago, best thing I done sorry if Iv sd to much xx
  • katho31katho31 Member - under moderation Posts: 700 Pioneering
    oh thank gor for that, i was very agitated earlier but did send out another post to say i was sorry if had put anyone off or on a downer x and im very sorry that you too suffered so badly from domestic violence, i would never ever let any man treat me so badly again x
  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 774 Pioneering
    Oh you had nothing to be sorry about, yeah I’m the same now, I’m still on my own but at least I’m safe and have no one to answer to 😊
  • katho31katho31 Member - under moderation Posts: 700 Pioneering
    thanks again Lou, and i only met my hubby 6 years ago, weve no children but are best mates and he is a real man, not a bullying coward  :) i was okay on my own, very independent and didnt think i would ever get married, anyway fate stepped in and here we are today!! the corrie storyline is upsetting but it needs to be shown
  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 774 Pioneering
    Oh definitely is Kath it’s unreal how one human can treat another so bad, but as you say theyr sad bullying cowards, so happy for you youv met someone that makes you happy, and thankyou I feel Iv made a friend in you x
  • katho31katho31 Member - under moderation Posts: 700 Pioneering
    well Lou same here, you are like the sister i never had  :) so pleased i joined the scope online community, youve all really helped me in so many ways  :), as the saying goes, there will always be a few bad eggs but the rest are brilliant x
  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 774 Pioneering
    Aww thankyou so much that’s so nice of you to say, yeah I’m so glad I joined to such a lovely bunch of people, enjoy rest of your night and hope you sleep well xx
  • katho31katho31 Member - under moderation Posts: 700 Pioneering
    good morning  :) i had a lovely sleep, i was dozing off at half eight last nite!! hope you are okay and everyone else? lovely day today, bit of rain but hot  B)
  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 774 Pioneering
    Morning, oh glad you had a good sleep big weight of your mind now that parts out the way, hope everyone has a lovely day 😊
  • sandyxxxsandyxxx Member Posts: 99 Courageous
    Hi all 
    Who do you phone to get a copy of your assessment form and how long do you have to wait before you ask XXX
  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 774 Pioneering
    @sandyxxx. Hi Sandy hope your well, you can phone tomorrow that’s been a week since your assessment, phone the pip number 0800 121 4433, your better trying as early as you can they open at 8 I made a mistake of trying to get through this afternoon, and after an hour and a half I got cut off 🤦‍♀️ So I will be trying again tomorrow early lol 
  • sandyxxxsandyxxx Member Posts: 99 Courageous
    Thanks Lou I had that done to me last time I phoned it's annoying after you get put on hold for so long and that music lol I had that playing in my head all day long 😂 I will ask them for it hope they give me it xxx
  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 774 Pioneering
    Oh Sandy I was raging 😤 lol can laugh now I wasn’t at the time lol when I phoned for a copy of my assessment the woman told me they don’t send the claimant the report I sd we are allowed to receive it, I never did get mine but as you’ll have read lots of people on here have got it, so hopefully you’ll have better luck than me, let’s no how you get on x
  • sandyxxxsandyxxx Member Posts: 99 Courageous
    Will do it's worth The hour and a half waiting time for them to say no lol xxx
  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 774 Pioneering
    Hahahahaha oh hopefully you’ll get someone decent on the phone that does there job right good luck 😊
  • sandyxxxsandyxxx Member Posts: 99 Courageous
    Thanks and hope all goes well for you tomorrow 😊
  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 774 Pioneering
    @sandyxxx  Hi Sandy hope you get through quick, the phone lines are usually opened at 8 but they didn’t open till 9 today so sorry about that, I was lucky got through after 3 mins 😆 couldn’t believe it, my MR still hasn’t  been decided the lady sd it’s going in order and just now theyr working on the ones from March,mine went in April so getting there lol let’s no how you get on 😊
  • sandyxxxsandyxxx Member Posts: 99 Courageous
    I phoned this morning she said they don't send copy's out. (Must have had the same one as you lol) is that from your assessment or putting in for it ? I applied in February but only had my assessment last week so I think it will probably be August/September by the time I hear anything. It's such a clart isn't it XXX
    I am so pleased for you at least you have a indication when yours will be sorted xxx
  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 774 Pioneering
    That’s shocking Sandy how some people will send it and others won’t, it should be the same for everyone, try again on Monday and you’ll hopefully get someone that will do it, this is my mandatory reconsideration I’m waiting on I had previously been on daily living standard rate it ran out in February got my f2f the week before lockdown I received 6 points for DL 10 points for mobility so I’m receiving standard mobility Iv lost £400 a month all in so if it doesn’t get changed at MR it’s a long rd to appeal ☹️ sorry for the rant lol 
  • sandyxxxsandyxxx Member Posts: 99 Courageous
    That's terrible how do they think that is exceptable £400 is a hell of a lot of money to loose if you win will they backdate it for you ? Xx
  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 774 Pioneering
    Hi Sandy  it’s £230 of pip I’m loosing a month and It’s about £140 a fortnight of my ESA because you receive an extra premium when on pip daily living so it’s actually £510 a month, I’m loosing but I’m now receiving standard mobility which is £94 a month hope you can work all that out lol 
  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 774 Pioneering
    Oh yes if I win I will get it all backdated 😊
  • sandyxxxsandyxxx Member Posts: 99 Courageous
    Confusing isn't it lol I really hope you get it all back dated x
    They say after the assessment you have to wait another 8 weeks by that time I would have waited 26 weeks. They don't hurry themselves do they XXX
  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 774 Pioneering
    Oh they certainly don’t rush lol fingers crossed you get your award soon mind try to phone again Monday see if you can get someone else to send your report out so at least you’ll have a good idea of the outcome, it’s the not knowing that is murder 🤦‍♀️
  • katho31katho31 Member - under moderation Posts: 700 Pioneering
    hi @Lou67, how are you today? we are okay, its never stopped raining here!! im on the phone to dwp, know its going to be another long wait until they answer but im going to wait
  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 774 Pioneering
    Hi Kath sorry my daughter came in, I’m ok thanks I found pip yesterday was on for an hour and a half then got cut off was raging ☹️ phoned this morning and got through right away hope you got through ok, the weathers been a bit dull here today, but so clammy xx
  • katho31katho31 Member - under moderation Posts: 700 Pioneering
    hi Lou, yes got through after 55mins about half 4 today, hes sending the assessors report by post, he said my report is with a case manager so im none the wiser but will have the report next week, im sorry what youve had to deal with it just is not on grrrr. yes very bad here weve put heating on!! had fish fingers and chips with peas for tea  :) ive gone onto brown bread as the whites bloating me ha ha ha!! x
  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 774 Pioneering
    Lol oh everything is bloating me lol oh it’s shocking the waiting time to get through to them but glad you’ll have your report next week and have a good idea how it’s went, al say another wee prayer it’s a good result 😊
  • katho31katho31 Member - under moderation Posts: 700 Pioneering
    thanks Lou and we are and have been praying for you also  :) im a little bit troubled by a post someone has posted, ive put a reply because im so fed up of not getting any income whatsoever, i havent swore but i would be happy with any daily living/mobility benefit, i hope ive not caused offence but im fed up to the back teeth after having had surgery since i was 12 years old and now being diagnosed with fibromyalgia and im basically begging for help??????????
  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 774 Pioneering
    Oh Kath don’t be silly I totally understand how your feeling, I would be delighted to with any award of daily living, so don’t feel bad your only saying your truth, your a lovely caring person and don’t forget that, Iv told my son and daughter about you theyr so glad I have someone I can chat with 😊
  • sandyxxxsandyxxx Member Posts: 99 Courageous
    I'm definitely going to phone again on Monday I was told they don't send the report out only this morning but Others can get theirs 🙁 does the report have the points on when you get the copy ? Or Is it the decision maker that scores you ? Xx
  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 774 Pioneering
    I’m no sure how it works but everyone sd you can find out roughly your points on your report al ask if someone else could answer you better as I never did get my report Kath just got told today they will send hers @Adrian_Scope could you maybe help Sandy out with his ? above thank you 
  • sandyxxxsandyxxx Member Posts: 99 Courageous
    Thanks lou. Like you say it's the not knowing that's the worse xx
  • katho31katho31 Member - under moderation Posts: 700 Pioneering
    thnak you so much Lou x me and my hubby feel like weve known you years  :)x hi @sandyxxx, i didnt think the dwp man would agree to send me the report, im so sorry that theyve not sent you yours, please ring again monday and know its a pain getting through, but wait and then say you have been on scopes forum and that im getting mine sent so you also want yours. stick with it, i am going to post online as soon as i get the report, it may be mon, tue/wed? but i will do it, good luck and best wishes  :), Lou are you watching anything good on telly tonight?
  • sandyxxxsandyxxx Member Posts: 99 Courageous
    Thank you kath xx
  • katho31katho31 Member - under moderation Posts: 700 Pioneering
    you are very welcome  :) x if i can help in any way just ask, dont feel alone, we are a great group on here and ive benefited so much since i was told to join by a friend, i would not have been able to carry on with this forums help and kindness and empathy  :)
  • katho31katho31 Member - under moderation Posts: 700 Pioneering
    ps.. @Lou67 is amazing and will help and cheer you up  :)
  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 774 Pioneering
    Hi Kath I feel the same it’s nice to have someone decent to speak with, oh al just be watching the soaps, then gogglebox at 9, my broadband won’t go on here till the 27th so no Netflix or YouTube lol what about you xx
  • katho31katho31 Member - under moderation Posts: 700 Pioneering
    oh ha ha ha!! weve taped corrie, i just wanna slap that geoff grrr horrible thing.. yeah we love gogglebox, so funny  :) our faves are those in the caravan and the brother and his sister  :) sorry about your broadband but youll be able catch up when they sort it for you x
  • sandyxxxsandyxxx Member Posts: 99 Courageous
    Yes they all help Lou has helped me a lot too ❤️ lovely people on here xxx
  • katho31katho31 Member - under moderation Posts: 700 Pioneering
    oh, nearly forgot, got a family bag of cheese and onion crisps with my name on!!! love them  :)B)
  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 774 Pioneering
    @katho31 and @ Sandy thanks so much for the kind words but it works both ways so thanks to yous to, I just can’t believe the nice decent people Iv met 😊
  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 774 Pioneering
    Aww Kath I love the same ones theyr hilarious, I like Mary and her husband to they call each other nutty I’m sure lol 
  • katho31katho31 Member - under moderation Posts: 700 Pioneering
    same here      :smiley: dont know what ive pressed but wanted a big smily emoji!!! anyway, just sampling the crisps, hubbys dozing off and ive got a bit of football on, roll on sunday night, the merseyside derby  :smiley: come on liverpool we will do it and lift the trophy at last x :)
  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 774 Pioneering
    Aww nice one is that were your from I love the Liverpool accents 🤗
  • katho31katho31 Member - under moderation Posts: 700 Pioneering
    we are about 10 miles from liverpool, we have a bit of the slang but its been said we are more like people from wigan, we are good, honest, kind working class people, glad we have a sense of humour and i think we sound a bit like peter kay!! just love him, i nearly cracked a rib the other week watching him, hes a good medicine  :) where are you Lou
  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 774 Pioneering
    Lol oh your definitely a good bunch of people, I’m from sunny Glasgow 😎
  • katho31katho31 Member - under moderation Posts: 700 Pioneering
    oh brilliant!! i told my hubby last week that i thought you lived in Glasgow  :) some of the sayings like "a wee while" and other sayings, ive spent many an evening in blackpool at a caravan socialising with glaswegans and lets just say, and it was many years ago, that we had a riot, such characters  :)
  • sandyxxxsandyxxx Member Posts: 99 Courageous
    I'm from Jarrow in the north east x
  • sandyxxxsandyxxx Member Posts: 99 Courageous
    Geordie lass lol xx
  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 774 Pioneering
    Hahahahaha aww nice one maybe one day we can meet up at a caravan and have a ball 😂😂
  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 774 Pioneering
    Is Jarrow in Newcastle I’m hopeless lol 
  • katho31katho31 Member - under moderation Posts: 700 Pioneering
    oh that would be wonderful  :# and we would cause havoc with our stories and laughter!!  :) hi @sandyxxx the geordis are good fun also, wy eye man!! sorry   :#
  • sandyxxxsandyxxx Member Posts: 99 Courageous
    Not far from Newcastle xx
  • sandyxxxsandyxxx Member Posts: 99 Courageous
  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 774 Pioneering
    Lol aww see how good is this wee forum 😂😂
  • katho31katho31 Member - under moderation Posts: 700 Pioneering
     :)  :) hubby does impressions of people, he does a good frank spencer and judge rinder etc...very funny  :) ive had to put the crisps away ha ha half  bag down the hatch so no more till tomorrow x
  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 774 Pioneering
    Lol aww that’s good because it’s so good to laugh we have enough time been miserable and in pain, yeah Kath step back from the crisps theyr for tomorrow 😂😂
  • katho31katho31 Member - under moderation Posts: 700 Pioneering
    ha ha ha!! yes Lou sense of humour so important, and the crisps, with my name on, will be demolished tomorrow with maybe a walnut whip  :smiley:
  • Lou67Lou67 Member Posts: 774 Pioneering
    Lol aw nice one love them to 😊
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