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in The potting shed
Ooh Inka - that's lovely and looks quite at home there too . It will soon be time to buy Easter presents
I managed a scant half hour digging the allotment on my way home tonight. It was sticking to my fork something rotten, but every little helps.
Delivered a letter to the Housing Association this afternoon saying what I thought, politely - I did run it past a work colleague first. I am now keeping a detailed Activity Log - it's like being at work......sigh....
Good work on all the seedlings. I haven't planted anything yet.
Hi all been knitting and telehoning. Scary one eyed cat - Sophie- bit me this evening through jumper sleeve, left marks Didn't like me sitting on settee she was on Most of the timw she just gets on with sleeping and not much else unless she's slithering away from us
Bunny you are talking to youself again-first sign of madness
See Caz has left a suitable interval this time before meeting up with Dean-fooling no-one
The fire has taken hold-3 inside
Inka, that's a great find. I love Buddhas. Happy extended Birthday !
Sorry to here about the greenhouse Dean but like you say, at least you can sow some more.
Bunny - your Mum sounds like a right techie. Unlike me.
Corries had a BBQ.
Evening everybody else
just posted extra and it's lost
Morrisons here blokey in charge of plants really looks after them. When I went this morning they were all freshly watered. went to beigeland and couldn't satthe same about them.
Must be spring - suddenly visitors want to see us again
But it means I have to clean house over and over -everytime someone comes, restricting gardening time.
Love the visitors though Some either this Thursday or next and can they stay the night
SIL on Monday gossip time
Poor Bunny no mates
We are you mates Kerrybunny
Forkers are here for you Bunny
Mouse and lap top went odd - could have been down to lack of power and mouse well it's just poorly