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Oh Yviestevie what a story, made me laugh out loud
The pics are brill and how exciting to have the well in your home
Nice tea towel! Hope you kept it
Wow, Yviestevie, thats a geat hidey hole. Although you would have to ask your friend to hide/retrieve your belongings lol.
I dont think Id want to hide in it as its really deep. My grandaughter likes to sit on the glass lid and play but her mum isnt keen. When I first walked on the glass it made me feel a bit funny but we are used to it now.
Beaus mum, how lovely she knows about us, a little get well gift......
sorry yviestevie I didn't say thank you for your best wishes to my mum, thank you
here is my booty of lavender
star gaze we posted same time thank you for the beautiful lily x I will tell her about it tomorrow
No problem, What are you going to do with the lavender
Just saw your previous post about the glass lid, must have posted messages the same time. Your granddaughter must be well brave like you! Think I'm with her mum and would be well wobbly legged
As for the lavender think I'm going to do in bunches for around the house
If I ever get the sewing machine out of the box that my sister has lent me I could try making bags but don't think that will happen anytime soon
Have you got any ideas of what else I can do as I know how creative you are
Hi BM you could tape it into tissue bags and put in drawers, especially where you store the bed linen. I did wonder if you add small amounts to the oil you put in those little oil burners. I often add citronella in a vain attempt to keep mozzies away. By the way, the glass is over an inch thick and weighs a ton I dont think I could crack it with a hammer.
Hi all, I was lucky enough to inherit a beautiful 40 year old Japanese Maple tree in my - north east facing - front garden when I moved here 4 years ago.
I had someone - who know's what they are doing, unlike me - around in early March to give it a proper trim. It is full of green leaves at the moment, which have a tinge of red along the outer edges. I personally love it the most in autumn, when the foliage turns an almost glowing orange and then red. Then those darn winds come along and blow all the leaves off for another year!
I keep trying to upload pics on here, but the GW site is having none of it. I think I am doing something wrong as everyone else seems to be doing fine Will get my more technically minded husband to have a look later.
pics from bekkie hughes, arnt they lovely and im sure she will describe properly when she is next on x
sorry bekkie had nightmare with the 3rd one and now its not the right way up, sorry x
Yviestevie, didn't mean for you to hide, meant to hide your special belongings when on hols etc.
What a lovely basket of lavender, Beaus mum
Thank you Yviestevie for the sewing machine less tip and def will do
I wouldn't be able to answer the oil burner query as don't have one myself but sure someone has tried before, anyone????
Still think you're very brave on your well cover no matter how thick it is
Mrst I share your nightmare in uploading pics, can't do on my old type iPad and have to do via lap top which I have just about got the hang off after lots of coaching from my other other half my technical minded great one
look forward to seeing your acer, sounds lovely I had one in a tall blue glazed pot in my front garden for about 10 years and was a beauty till the snow year before last and where I live in chesham was officially coldest night in Britain on the news and that was it acer gone!
Thank you star gaze, been putting it about today and smells lovely
Beaus mum, you've been putting it about, tsk tsk
No trouble at all, now I know what I'm doing it will be easy next time
Your pics are really beautiful and if this is you with not what to do you must be amazing when doing what you should do !
Star gaze, can't believe I didn't spot that one asI typed lol