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in The potting shed
Nothing wrong with Midlands, Rosa.
My parents were Black Country, though quite 'well spoken', and Mother didn't approve of us speaking 'Brummie'. Dad spoke two languages - Black Country at work and RP at home. My brother has moved back to the Black Country and likes to use the accent.
In between chatting on here I am looking online for a pair of gardening gloves. I'm forever buying cheap ones and throwing them away a few weeks later so I thought maybe some softish leather ones might be good? I've got very small hands and all the ones I try one in GCs are huge on me or are not very flexible. Anyone have any recommendations please?
I've some lovely ones - soft leather, don't go hard when they get wet, my most important tool really. Just looked, they're in the GH will look tomorrow, but not sure the label has survived. Will let you know
I was like you, fed up buying cheap ones, so had some quality ones. and I've only small hands
These any good Caz?
Cheers Geoff - don't think the brambles would get me through those ones
Hmm I often have to run around garden for mine as well, dog thinks its such a good game, and often my left slipper - cannot work that out but it is always the left one
Lose tools but not my lovely gloves
Just remembered I was going to have a flake - don't tell anyone - least of all OH
Perhaps he likes the film My Left Foot
I just had a toffee crisp
My daughter still has ones like those (27) she got fed up of losing them on buses and she's daft
had a cat that used to like salt and vinegar crisps and peanuts only have to hear the bag rustle and she was there.
In bed now-just seen a Kerrygold ad
The Malverns just been mentioned for snow tomorrow on local weather