Fairygirl


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Garden Pictures 2015

Posted: 21/12/2015 at 21:48

I moved here end of February 2013 and started it that summer. Eldest daughter helped a bit with all the new boundary fences - about 40/50 metres or thereabouts. She helped with removing the internal bit as well, and moving the shed etc. She's quite handy with a pickaxe and an electric screwdriver now  

HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: 21/12/2015 at 21:43

Have a lovely day W'song - you've worked so hard recently with the house, so take the time to enjoy it. I remember when youngest was four, we were getting towards the end of the extension we were doing. I finally had room to have all the family at mine for Christmas dinner, and although the new lounge wasn't decorated, we had the tree done and all the fairy lights up, and at about midnight, I was putting makeshift curtains up and it started snowing. It just seemed perfect  and we had a lovely family gathering

jo - what is wrong with workmen? Doesn't it ever occur to them to notify people of their intentions - or do they simply not give a flying **** about anybody? 

I'm hoping to send a little Christmas cheer to everyone on Christmas Eve with a little something I've done....hope you'll all enjoy it

Watch this space...or a new thread anyway...

Sprouts! Yes or no?

Posted: 21/12/2015 at 19:16

Sprouts! Yes or no?

Posted: 21/12/2015 at 19:14

You little devil Edd...  

HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: 21/12/2015 at 19:13

Evening all. Rather a vile evening though - cold and hailstones 

B'man - you daft old fool! Look after your knees - you need them!  

Hope the appointment tomorrow for yours goes well Hosta. 

How ridiculous having to wait so long for your heating to be sorted jo. Is there any of the landlord's furniture, or belongings in general, that you can burn in the meantime?....

Looking forward to pix of the cake chicky. Fairylet will be doing her cake soon. Glad things are going well - enjoy that curry 

Clari - get some rest now!

Sending love to Mr and Mrs doc too - not the same without you around doc. Haste ye back 

Sprouts! Yes or no?

Posted: 21/12/2015 at 19:05

 

Edd wrote (see)

Nice raw covered in dark chocolate. No joke!

 

Every shade of wrong 

I like them well enough, but don't see the point of getting them when no one else is going to eat them.

The 'steak cake' falls into the same category as the choc sprouts 

Ans as for all those 'celebrity' chefs who like to mess about with food just because they can....Room 101 for the lot of 'em 

Festive puzzle....

Posted: 21/12/2015 at 08:08

I think you're right about the ceramic link Hosta. I'm sure I've heard that false teeth were originally made of ceramic or porcelain.

My Gran had a pair of wally dugs on the mantelpiece  

Those green things terrify me B3 

Winter

Posted: 21/12/2015 at 08:02

Spring won't be lacklustre whatever happens...our stuff will be later than yours, as usual, so I'll share it with you all   

 

HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: 21/12/2015 at 07:54

Morning/afties all. Very dark and wet here. Is this the shortest day or is it tomorrow? I can't remember 

Saw that fidget. Not getting involved - best ignored, reported, and left to the mods. Don't think it's helpful when others descend into a slanging match though. Season of goodwill.... 

Hope your rearranged holiday's as good as you hope for Hosta. 

We'll have a similar meal to you Pat. The girls are going to their Dad's on Christmas Day, around one-ish, (we do it year about) so we'll have our dinner on Christmas Eve when I get back from work, and I'll have leftovers on the day itself. 

HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: 20/12/2015 at 20:18

Wintersong - I think this time of year often brings out that kind of emotion. They must feel they can trust you which is very flattering and a mark of respect. I hope you have a lovely Christmas - you deserve it   

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