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    Liveline Thursday 13 March 2014

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    BRENDA GAVE BIRTH TO HER FIRST BABY CAROLINE ON 9TH MARCH 1966, SHE LIVED FOR ONE WEEK.   NOT SURE WHY BUT IN RECENT DAYS DECIDED TO GO AND GET A BIRTH CERT FOR HER, THE CERT SAID 6 DAY OLD BAY ‘SPINSTER’ – THE WORD REALLY UPSET HER.   WHY IS THIS TERM STILL USED?

    OLLY WORKS WITH RACE HORSES.   HE LOOKS FORWARD TO SEEING THEM EVERY DAY. EACH MORNING HE SAYS HELLO TO THEM, LOOKS FORWARD TO SEEING THEIR HEADS HANGING OUT OVER THE STABLE DOOR.   HE SAYS ONE IS RUNNING TOMORROW AT CHELTENHAM CALLED PASSAGE VANDOMME – HE WENT IN AND GAVE HIM A HUG BEFORE HE LEFT, AND TOLD HIM HE HOPED HE CAME HOME SAFELY.  

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