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What I'm doing right now is being sent on errand by my hubbster to Home Depot to get some 'guy stuff' for him while he's working on the 'guy stuff' outside.

I have the list, he's explained in minute detail.

I know I'm still going to get the wrong stuff! Very Happy

Cheerio for now.
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What I'm doing right now is being sent on errand by my hubbster to Home Depot to get some 'guy stuff' for him while he's working on the 'guy stuff' outside.

I have the list, he's explained in minute detail.

I know I'm still going to get the wrong stuff! Very Happy

Cheerio for now.

Cya Linda, shopping was always a woman's job, so it shouldn't be too difficult for you. You always have the shop assistants on hand though. Whether for help, or just to stare at as I know you cheeky ladies like to do Wink. Have fun.
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Trying on my new tennis gear and shoes I ordered online! Well chuffed with it all Smile

Although my hubby said I know have " all the gear " but " no idea" Frown

What site did you use - Glasgow is hopeless for tennis stuff!
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Thanks Gangsta I'm sure they get my medication fixed I'll be fine.

Hope u feel better soon LB, my mum has similar hassles, right now they seem to have her meds better regulated so fingers crossed.
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waiting to see if my bid for a pair of barricades is succesful
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What site did you use - Glasgow is hopeless for tennis stuff!

TennisDirect is a good site for tennis stuff Smile Good service too.
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What site did you use - Glasgow is hopeless for tennis stuff!

Prodirectennis I got my skirt/top and jacket and millett sports for my tennis shoes westie. Yes you have to go online I tried going into shops in city centre and they have practically zero choice of tennis gear.
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Cheers - had some fun on those sites, mainly looking at racquets. Need an upgrade, have done for a few years, but get into tennis season and don't want to put myself off switching racquet mid season - and also usually have a summer hol to pay! thought I'd research now with a view to having a birthday and Christmas coming up - forward thinking!
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Cheers - had some fun on those sites, mainly looking at racquets. Need an upgrade, have done for a few years, but get into tennis season and don't want to put myself off switching racquet mid season - and also usually have a summer hol to pay! thought I'd research now with a view to having a birthday and Christmas coming up - forward thinking!

I switched racquets mid way through a season, its honestly not a problem if you hit a few balls with it prior to your matches. I recommend a Yonex, Wilson or Head racquet, they are the best for power and control.
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We have Scottish weather - sometimes there is no tennis between matches lol. i like my Wilson racquet , got it in the states in 1998, it was a mega up to date racquet in it's time (my pal was horrified at me paying about £80 for a racquet - with no strings!!! as she told everyone, despite me pointing out that air travel in pleb class doesn't do strings much good and I preferred to get it strung at home), but now it's heavier than racquets most folk use, though would still make a good spare. Quite fancying a Head Youtek graphene at the moment.
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We have Scottish weather - sometimes there is no tennis between matches lol. i like my Wilson racquet , got it in the states in 1998, it was a mega up to date racquet in it's time (my pal was horrified at me paying about £80 for a racquet - with no strings!!! as she told everyone, despite me pointing out that air travel in pleb class doesn't do strings much good and I preferred to get it strung at home), but now it's heavier than racquets most folk use, though would still make a good spare. Quite fancying a Head Youtek graphene at the moment.

If you have a heavier frame you must be pretty good at volleying then? I used to have Andy's Youtek racquet before I went to Wilson, it was a great racquet for control, power was lacking though. It's quite light too because it's a thinner frame to some other makes.
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Hah! I am pants at volleying - too wee!
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Hah! I am pants at volleying - too wee!

Strange, normally those with heavier frames are better at volleying because the strings are less tight due to the big frame.
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Think it helps if you do the right things with the racquet  Whistle
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Think it helps if you do the right things with the racquet  Whistle

Yes of course! lol
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