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in The potting shed
Lyon Greene wrote (see)
Earlier in the week Crocus sent me a large home/sentry box, this one... I left it outside, and overnight it seems to have become home to some creature(s).
Bunny.. wrote (see)
Not exactly certain.
I could just see a pair of eyes through the little window...
Hapus af davids dydd
to the Welsh, the part Welsh and the, like me, slightly Welsh somewhere in the ancestry. Don't know where /if capital letters required, Mr Google-bach didn't tell me.
Gary, you don't want bunnies moving in, they'll breed like... like er... like rabbits and eats all your lettuces.
Mr Google's St David's day logo...
Doesn't this have something to do with daffodils (as in Dragon's breath above). They're not out here yet. I suppose that growing leeks is compulsory in Wales.
20+ years ago I had a lovely small early daff. that would almost always produce a few blooms for St David's day. Used to send ex OH off to work with one in his buttonhole. Don't know what daff it was, I'd love to grow it again.
I have eaten bunny and would do again - not pets, of course
Morning all. Frost, sun, -4°. Pinch, punch, no returns, white rabbits and daffodils.
The lovely sun from yesterday has gone. Can see patches of blue amongst the clouds though, so it may make an appearance at some point.
I've been hesitant to get on this thread because it has been going for so long and it is impossible to read what has gone before (unless you haven't got a life). However, it is St David's Day and I am Welsh. Well, Wenglish. So Hapus Dydd Gwyl Dewi. (In case any particularly patient person wants to know, that's Happis deeth gooil dehwy).
Hello Grandma, it's often impossible to understand what's gone before - even if you read it regularly! I look at it during breakfast or coffee break and while waiting for supper to cook, but am busy in between - as have a life! People on this thread seem to be the friendliest and the funniest.