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Morning Panda, KEF, Bekkie, Mrs G and anyone else I've missed
KEF wrote (see)
.....Dove you have one fit OH out on a push bike in that wind.........
I've got some SM shopping to do too KEF, see you there ......
DD - hope all goes well for son this morning - I'm sure it will ((hugs)). They discovered my daughter had a heart murmur when she was a child - they said she may have had it all the time or it may have developed - they said it was 'innocent' and nothing needed to be done - nothing has been done and she's all grown up and married etc, and she's fine.
I think it depends on whether we're talking about those tiny little roses one can buy in pots/baskets which are so small they can sit on a windowsill, or whether we're talking about a patio rose - which are varieties of rose with compact growth which are sold with the advice that they do well in containers on patios etc. e.g. http://www.primrose.co.uk/-p-66005.html?adtype=pla&kwd=&gclid=CPPXv6vNv8ECFbHHtAod3UoABw
They're really quite different.
Good morning all
Great photos Chicky - glad you had a good time.
I was sure that I'd posted to tell you OH got back from his bike trip to the shops and that we'd had home made soup for lunch and several other posts, but they seem to have been blown away ..........
Good luck! I have some growing in my compost heap - you're not by any chance up the road at the University of East Anglia are you? If so I could pot one or two up for you
Don't think it's the weather for throwing grass cuttings KEF - we'll all get grass in our hair!!!
Aw, Belated Happy Birthday Fairy
Alan, look at the title of your thread! Maybe you've been the victim of some strange sort of auto-correct gone wrong
Hope your hatches are well battened down and you're not getting blown off that Mundesley cliff!
I was the same age as many of the children lost and I had cousins my age living in S. Wales - I remember hearing about it - it was the first time that the television news was really relevant to me.
A horrific tragedy.
Blue skies and sunshine have gone again - howling gale and torrential rain again