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Those pills aren't working Bunny-where am I supposed to live?
Bunnysgarden wrote (see)
Does anyone know if you can buy the rubber grip handles for shears ?
Would fork handles do.
You could wrap tape round them, to make soft handles.
And where do I put this caravan?
-are you tryng to flog me a motor-home?
Morning, Forkers--been up since 5; now that it's light think I'll wait for my fire to get going so I can bank it and go back to bed.
Gloomy outside and threatening rain----for several days, looks like.
Inka, hello there! Rotten to wake up earlier than you intend - but a lovely fire sounds just the job. It's been gloomy in my part of GB all day until an hour ago when a weak sun appeared. We've had enough rain!!!
Downtown Victoria Feb 2013
Well intrigue may be. There is imprint where a guard hut used to be and there is no footpath or easy access, like a gated area really, without the gate. Built at time of Cold War
Back from visit to M much better than last time I saw her, but she is insisting it was really hot this morning -Bless
Bunny-look back I made a suggestion
Cash flow bunny-cash flow
Still no phonecall!
Sort of watching tv, pootling around on here & sometimes doing what I intended with the chores. J.
Inka, that looks gorgeous - what a cheering sight
Phone call Jo??-is this the flippin boiler again-the one that your said others were sorting
Lovely field of crocus Inka.
We now have a bit of wood chopped so will have fire tonight Neighbour who came to see bathroom has offered us wood from a tree she has had cut down. Great
Freebies, Bjay Can't be bad !
Don quite well for freebie wood, not enough to get us through the next winter though, still afew months to go, might manage it.
What happened to the marmalade Flo?, been meaning to ask all day
We have been out this morning to what must be the smallest butchers shop in the country Tiny place in the heart of the Lincolnshire Wolds.. My cousin recommended the sausages and so we decided to have a trip out to buy some. It was like stepping back in time, just a counter, no displays of meat, you have to ask for what you want and the butcher disappears into the walk in fridge and produces the meat and then cuts it up to whatever size you want. No sawdust on the floor though very quaint.
Called at the GC on the way home, bought 6 begonia corms, and 2 dahlias, both single flowered,good for bees, one called Blue Bayou, reminded me of Roy Orbison, So will have get on and set them in the GH.
Lovely crocus, spring can not be far away.
Hope Jess enjoyed her lunch at the cafe. did she have chips?