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8 messages
08/11/2008 at 20:52
I bet my shed's in a worse state than yours. I can't actually get in the door now. I have to reach over stacked bikes, to reach precariously for the tool box or the packet of nails. Each entry is a mission requiring crampons and back-up at base camp.
09/11/2008 at 14:48
I have just read the comments on tidying the shed and although my shed is not too bad I really need to sort out my greenhouse which has taken over from the shed I think I need to start again oh where do I start
10/11/2008 at 14:03
I have just recntly perchased a lovely 8ft x 6ft shed which t the moment stands empty but give it time and the tea bags will pile up and soon we won't be able to see the floor!
11/11/2008 at 11:06
I recall treating myself to a new 7'x4' shed for the allotment some years ago and being berated by older astonished skinflint plotholders (which I now seem to have magically morphed into!) who advised me sagely that I should have made it out of old doors! They should see it now though. Still untidy, still leaking and wonderful as all sheds are!
11/11/2008 at 14:33
I have big plans for my shed such as; [now where did i put the kettle]
12/11/2008 at 20:54
Jane has got me thinking.i'v got got get my shed tidyed up mine is like richards i can't even put 1 foot in it so gonna do it tomorrow i hope
20/12/2008 at 22:21
28/11/2011 at 18:37
I cleaned my shed out today, its amazing how much rubbish I got rid of,like Jane all my tools are now all shiny and clean and hanging up on the wall,its a good way to get a feel good factor. plus I can get into my shed !!!!
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