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in The potting shed
Nr Lincoln. Good morning everyone.
Nice morning here, sun just appearing,promise of a lovely day.
Please you'r ok Frank, wondered what happened to you yesterday as we didn't get your usual post.
Have a nice day
Feeling much better today, worked out what it was that was upsetting the old tum. Best i dont eat any more oat granola and back to porridge. Another sunny day in Worthing and im out to lunch with a friend and her dog. Although there will be no paddling in the sea as there has sewage spill into the sea. Not pleasant at all. Off to Wisley tomorrow so better make sure i have plenty of money with me.
Glad you are feeling a bit better Maud and Frank also.
Lovely here in Cornwall. You've got sewage in the sea , Maud. We've got warnings about Portugese Man of War. Yikes.
Please I live well inland just get the "country smells"
Chris Maud Pam glad someone worries about me, thanks for that.While the drops are doing their work they look at your feet so imagine me sitting on the couch wriggling like a big girls blouse with my eye's shut whilst the Nurse tickled my feet. I got top marks for circulation and touch and she told me many much younger people did not have either.Warm and sunny today on Teesside the box has it right, not bad one out of seven, who would be a forecaster.Sewage in the sea is a thing of the past up here although muck spreading can overpower the roses at times, it is late this years as the harvest is not in yet.
Frank - glad your eyes are OK. Those drops are the very devil, and when I had a similar test, I couldn't drive for a few hours because the pupils were so dilated.
Gorgeous weather here in SW. Maud, I'm pleased you're feeling better, and I hope you enjoy Wisley tomorrow as much as I did Rosemoor today. The setting was just perfect, and the "hot" garden was a sight to behold.
Felt obliged to spend some time in the plant shop, having already indulged in the craft tent. All in all, a lovely day. Fingers crossed for more for the weekend at least.
Posh My daughter took me, you are advised not to drive that day after the test and it did take a while. Worth it though to know there is no change so must be doing something right.My Lodger Alfy this time a white and tan terrier who is sitting on my feet making sure I go nowhere without him, he shared my lamb steak tonight. They have all gone up to Northumberland for a charity run tomorrow so I have him two days.It was very hot and humid sitting haveing a sandwich in Daughters garden today, they are off to Cyprus tomorrow and we get Alfy back for a month when the others go of to America next week. It will seem like being on my holidays not having them fussing.
Woke up today it was so light was thinking I had slept in, it was seven o clock now at nine it is brilliant, The box? well not quite right, "Partly cloudy" do not know which part they mean we ain't got any.Alfy has had a walk, is galloping around like a two year old, he is twelve which makes him 84 in our years but he is one happy lad and once he went to his bed I never heard him until this morning, he has just galloped through with his ball.Have a good day everyone whatever you are doing.
A bit late with the report today as I have been visiting Sister and Brother-in-Law. They have just returned from France, so we had to go round and make sure the wine was ok.
Spent a few sunny hours in their garden soaking up the sun amongst other things..
Beautiful weather today, hot 25c slight breeze.
Frank I'm sure you and Alfy have a wonderful time together, he's obviously right at home.
Enjoy the rest of your day folks.
So the box on the right for us says Sunny/clear. I reckon they got us mixed up, Frank, since it has been partly cloudy all day. The sky is getting whiter as high cloud moves in (a bit earlier than predicted, I suspect). So expecting rain tomorrow at some stage. Oh, well, it was too good to last!
Made the most of the warmth and hazy sun, and read my book again - goodness knows who-dunnit, but only a few more chapters to go
Another beautiful day here, and the blue box says the same for tomorrow. I sorted out a bed at the allotment for winter onions to be planted in tomorrow, and moved our compost bin which had been 'illegally' placed outside our plot, oops.
It got out really hot here yesterday. Today it's forcast rain about 6pm, clear blue skies at present so up early, not like me on a Sunday but after sorting out some pots yesterday to plant spring bulbs I'm off to the local GC to get some new stock.
Bought some yesterday in Wilkinsons, cheap and cheerful but not a huge selection, don't think the GC opens till 10am though.
I'd offer to walk the dog Frank but it's a tab bit far to travel.
woke up to sea fog/mist this morning..chilly.. but now all gone adn blue skies with sunshine.. not a breath of air. temperature meant to get upto 24 or so today.. so out in teh garden pricking out seedlings before it gets to that temp.
have a good day what ever you are doing to you all.
Same as you Gardenfanatic, a sea mist early on now clear blue sky and sunshine, it is heating up already.The beef is warming up to room temperature before going in the oven and Alfy is belting round with his ball full of life.Zoomer thanks for the offer but Alfy may find it hard to keep up as you flash along the A66 with the lead out of the window, saying that, the way he is running round he could over take you.
Have just joined this gardeners club, you all sound like you're just down the road, well some of you might be.
Sun is shinning here in Kent. Dog is looking forlawn,most take her out. Then i am going to tackle my shadey spring boarder.Got piles of manure to put on it . It's been a bit negleated theses last few years.
Glyn, another mouth will not be noticed, open house on Sunday here, I am sorry to say you would need to wade through Roasties, Mash, Veg Various including leeks and braised Celery plus Cauliflower Cheese, as well as Yorkshire puddings. Sorry I do not do sweet.Grandson thinks Granddads food mega which is why I kill myself doing it all, I get out of washing up then can never find anything after they go.Brilliant sunshine and kitchen doors windows and anything else I can open.Frank.
Glyn I think it is instinct, the 20 mins a pound plus 20 is always about right for medium it depends on the cut. The oven goes right up to hot then five minutes in very hot turned down to 170, five minutes from finish check it again then rest whilst puddings cook.My way is to add a stock to the roasting dish with some roots and onion and turn the beef a couple of times during cooking, I also have a meat thermometer so you can tell the internal heat, just off pink is the way they like it, red is a no no, they do not want it straight from the abattoir.Better get on with the rest.