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in The potting shed
It has been fed on a diet of cheese and leek pasties
There you are Gary in Salford the birds have been blasted off-either that or they buggered off
Caz will back me up
Will we be too late for BGT?
If we get in quick-we are on a winner
If not- I have a flea circus as a back up
Last time I was in cahoots with you Geoff I got into all sorts of trouble and had to go into hiding. Has Flo forgiven us . I see you are still shouldering blame as the token male
She is speaking to me though gritted teeth-which is useful with all that snow on stage.
Jean horrendous journey, poor you. I couldnt believe the news this morning. I know we are lucky here, but Wigan way got it worse the last time too.
Gary birds on our fence count around here!
Daughter has decided that I can redo the birdwatch tomorrow morning, whilst watching the tennis maybe? It always happens - all the regulars do a vanishing act on 'the day'.
Have just been sampling homemade foccatia dipped into oil/balsamic vinegar, now to get round to doing my sauce to go with whatever is left. J.
Ooh Jo, lots of good bread and oil/balsamic . That would do me - wouldn't need anything else. Well, maybe a little vino to help it down . (We love the basil infused oil best).
Geoff I do not want to get in trouble by association, have you checked the animal work laws?
What is good enough for Pudsey -is good enough for twentyoneshillings
I have had the nod from Amanda and Simon
QPR will not be entering
I meant the name?
A guinea is twenty one shillings-or toss for short
I have a little SatNav.It sits there in my car.A SatNav is a driver's friend,It tells you where you are. I have a little SatNav.I've had it most of my life.It’s better than the normal ones.My SatNav is my wife. It gives me full instructions,Especially how to drive"It's thirty miles an hour," it says,"You're doing thirty-five." It tells me when to stop and startAnd when to use the brake,And tells me that it's never, everSafe to overtake. It tells me when a light is redAnd when it goes to green.It seems to know instinctively,Just when to intervene. It lists the vehicles just in frontAnd all those to the rearAnd taking this into account,It specifies my gear. I'm sure no other driverHas so helpful a device,For when we leave and lock the car,It still gives its advice It fills me up with counsellingEach journey's pretty fraught,So why don't I exchange itAnd get a quieter sort? Ah well, you see, it cleans the house,Makes sure I'm properly fed.It washes all my shirts and thingsAnd…keeps me warm in bed! Despite all these advantagesAnd my tendency to scoff,I really wish that just for once,I could darn well turn it off.
The token male
Lovely poem, did you write it? My OH says I'm like your OH!
I hope Darren has his leg up while searching for gardening courses. My son had the op. and played rugby again. (until he did in his other knee!)
Snowed this morning but it's all melted.
I am afraid I only know decimals
Liz I never do that
jo4eyes wrote (see)
.. tomorrow morning, whilst watching the tennis...
Mustn't forget that. Starts 8.15am, I think. Easy to forget it at that time.
Liz - I think Mr Google may have helped him with that poem
I pinched it
Dont worry Gary-contant tennis updates will be posted whilst I pace about
Kate you are showing your age
Greetings from Snowmaggedon Oh my lord I've never seen so much snow. We've now managed to shift most of from the drive and OH got car out to drive grandson to Liverpool as he is going to London . All main roads and motor ways fine now and thankfully there's a thaw on. I've never seen anything like it - a foot of snow in an hour. So relieved to get home last night but feel so sorry for those who were trapped in their cars. We've all had a dig out today so cul-de-sac not so bad now.
Flo - that doesn't sound good . Hope you get the electrics sorted soon. Read that but a lot to catch up on. Oh, and Bunny's photos. haven't taken any cos I never want to see it again .