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    Default Chichen pox and fire alarms

    Sorry if I didn’t get a chance to talk to you* at Claydon. Despite actually managing to get to a race meeting, I then hardly managed to speak to anyone on the Sunday as Jenny became very feverish. We suspect she has Chicken pox – hopefully she wasn’t too close to anyone who hasn’t had it already. Sorry if she was.



    On another note - I was woken just after 6 this morning by the smoke alarm . The cat was trying to reheat last night’s leftovers (darn touch sensitive hobs) luckily the battery was in the smoke alarm. Lucky lucky lucky.



    So don’t forget to test your alarms, or shoot the cat, which ever you prefer.



    Anne

    *this makes a change from when I was younger when I would have to apologize after race meetings for what I had said.


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    Default Re: Chichen pox and fire alarms

    Remeber to test your alarms on a regular basis.



    One method which would solve Ann's problem and save the cost of a Bullet.



    Set light to cat wave under smoke alarm.





    If you have lots of smoke detectors do it quickly as cats dont smolder for long.



    Please note no cats or smoke alarms were hurt in this post


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