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Fat Club was nice - steamed pudding and custard, my favourite. Stripped of calories, naturally. At weigh in, I had lost 2 oz. Really! At this rate, it could be a while before I fit into that size 12 swimsuit...
OH distracted me from gardening by offering to take me shopping. It iwas a sophisticated afternoon touring the cheap shops and noting how many shops have closed in the town centre. Got some nice summer flowering bulbs, plant pots and hyacinths.
Have a nice evening, everyone. I'm half-watching Marple and reading this forum. Larger dog has just lain right on top of smaller one, who raised no protest, to get king position next to me. Very annoyed when I moved him.
Fairygirl wrote (see)
Never thought I'd be saying this in April- but we could do with some rain here.... So could we, but remember - "Be careful what you wish for" It might rain & not let up for weeks!!
Never thought I'd be saying this in April- but we could do with some rain here....
So could we, but remember - "Be careful what you wish for" It might rain & not let up for weeks!!
TinaTurner wrote (see)
Hi Fairgirl. Yep, all up and running, much faster too. Not that I was bothered but son couldn't use his Playstation (do men ever grow up), hence the upgrade. BT chap was really lovely. Had a good chat, like you do. and by the time he left, I knew everything about him except the colour of his pants. Sorry to hear that you had to work yesterday. What a pain.
Hi Fairgirl. Yep, all up and running, much faster too. Not that I was bothered but son couldn't use his Playstation (do men ever grow up), hence the upgrade. BT chap was really lovely. Had a good chat, like you do. and by the time he left, I knew everything about him except the colour of his pants.
Sorry to hear that you had to work yesterday. What a pain.
No men never grow up, they get to about 10 and that's it....
Work was fine - I'm used to working on holidays and we had a laugh so all good.
Feeling that I've earned the tea and Bara brith I've just had as I went for a good walk after work, put a roast on for dinner and then sowed lettuce, spinach , sweet peas, sunflowers and verb. bonariensis. (little black sunflowers which are lovely)
Can't match Verdun for effort though. Give that man a gong I say
Brumbull wrote (see)
Rise ...... Sir Verdun. Now go and get your coat ............. lol
Brum- Shouldn't that be get your cloak....
Ooo- errr!!! Gippy tummy - got some different cough sweets - they had that Phenylalanine in them - spent the rest of the day wearing a furrow in the corridor running back and forth to the Ladies Won't have them again
GG could you please explain what size 12 is. Not something I'm familiar with.
When you two boys have finished playing, this is a gardening forum, don't you know.
Just proved us right haven't they Fairygirl. Always boys at heart.
Night all- could we have wonderful sunshine again tomorrow please
Night all. Sweet dreams.
GOOD MORNING ALL FORKERS ........ well seems a bit colder this morning ? been and checked thermometer in conservatory .. uh what am i doing - got slight heating on in there still as was -2 last night here, well some sun today again please, got to wait around for royal mail as i have some metstakes being delivered (Metstakes are a sturdy straight lightweight support i use for my standard fuchsias, azaleas etc) ......... well forkers IF you can get outside today have a productive day ...... ladies dont get caught out if you are outside - there still is that nasty chill so wrap up still
My apologies TT ...... me and Sir Verdun did ramble on a bit but he wouldnt get his coat !? i mean his cloak
Have a nice day forkers ......
Good morning all - BP check then work today - at the moment I'm sitting here looking out of the eastward facing window watching the skies lighten - I love watching the sun come up in the morning
Brumbull, did you not know that most lady gardeners have an extra layer of insulation especially designed to be used for gardening in cold weather. It's why size 12 is unknown to us
Towards the end of last summer, every morning at ten to six, a young tawny owl would land in one of our ash trees and call for a few minutes before moving on - absolute magic
Got our fingers very crossed for our ash trees