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in The potting shed
Geoff, I have found that you have to keep a thread alive yourself by keeping on posting. Still a bit uwell, I've whiled away the morning very pleasantly on this site, while OH looks at me and wishes I'd talk to him. (He's lovely but he'll only tell me again what he plans to do to clear out the garage).
Ask daniel to make the gardens thread 'sticky' so it stays at the top of the first page, I can't think of a more worthy thread to be 'stickied'!
I have a shed that I got halfway through clearing and lost interest-he can always come and do that
Could do Ben-but things like that are usually passed to the tech guys to do and it seems to take time-just needs bumping up daily
It's arranged - we will see our friends from Australia when they are over here
That will be nice Bjay
-have been naughty- had chip buttie with salad cream- the healthy option
I've got Hot Cross Bun! Well, it has got fruit in it. One of my 5 a day!
Had one of those as well
Do have sweeteners though
Ah, what's the harm. Enjoy!
Have reached stage one-seed tray washing-stopped again
Have you gone again Sue?
I just love carrot cake. Daughter makes a delicious one.
I have all these things to do but with this weather I don't feel like doing any of them. Is this SAD/
It's been really dreary here, but relatively mild. I've been outside all day, moving plants around. Expecting they'll get a nice watering.
SAD is caused by lack of sunshine getting into your eyes, where the sunshine normally creates some helpful chemical. Lack of sunshine also prevents little seedlings from growing into strong plants - sad.
Sad all round then
Am running out of window-sills
I have a window seat, I have had to move my begonias and seedlings there so they are all sitting on it, there is a little room for more. Depends how cold it is really going to get,
Stopped now-it is only the tiny seeds,lobelia,annual phlox,auntyryenums and mesemrantheumumumsumumums
The rest can wait a week or so if I survive the chilly winter we are all going to die blast
What is the Express's view Gary?
Couldn't wait -how predictable
Are we all braced
I was thinking about them today: that they used to be very popular but don't seem to see them much anymore and there you go sowing them - the mesanwhatsits
I think I mentioned that last year when we were on the other site-Pam grows them or did then-haven't done them for years but they do need sun