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2009 senses

p.risboy

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Hi all,
Could someone look for my senses, as I seem to have lost them.:D
I'm sure they were there in 2008, and I defineatly had them in 2007 and as far back from there as I can remember.

The children are there in 1984, so between then and now my senses have been lost.
Please, please could someone do a look up for them.
I have checked the shed and the garden, but there is a likelyhood that my dogs have buried them.
If anyone sees them in cyberspace, could you please contact me via Private Message.

Thanks in anticipation.

Steve.:)
 

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just a clarifying question Steve! Are these your taste, sight , touch, sound and smell senses or your common senses that you've lost?

Jill
 

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Hi all, thanks for the comments.

Julie - Don't waste the money.
Laxdoc - Can't see, lost my glasses.
Jill - Read on.
Leefer - It's senses, might find them eventually.

I took a break for a whole day (nearly), so hopefully they may turn up.

Julie pointed out, that nearly all of my family are on the 1841 census for my paternal line.
And I never saw it. (sight):confused:
But then I had remarked on it in previous post. (common sense).:confused:
All I needed to do was to click a button. (touch):confused:
I was speechless. (sound):confused:
I chewed my desk for missing the obvious.(taste):confused:
Brain cell went into melt down, smoke coming out of my ears.(smell):confused:

I am going to print out the whole of the 1841 census for Monks Risborough Bucks, which amounts to about 18 pages. And then do the same for the other villages that I've found. That way I hope to find even more rellies.
Luckily they are small villages.
My only saving grace, is that I've only been doing this family history a short while. I shudder to think what I would be like if I had been doing it longer.:rolleyes:

Oh well, onwards and backwards.

Steve.:)
 

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Ahh Steve, "onwards and backwards" is my familiar friend!

It's them dead rellies, they drives us to drink!
 

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