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What's the weather like in your area?

Posted: 09/11/2012 at 12:38

Nope, rain just started here too. J.

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Posted: 09/11/2012 at 12:37

Paining here now. Cleaning ground to a halt, barely started actually.

The washing on airer, under stairs. Dont think any urgent for daughter- tough if it is, as majority says 'dry flat/no tumble'. That leaves her w/end free.

Have sorted what I need for w/end. Am going over to little house to save OH having to come back after all his traveling. When there I can barely work the remote, so delegate all responsibility to OH. Quite like all these w/ends away. Drive over a bit tedious though, views wonderful on a good day, but wont even consider if weather 'bad' in winter. J.

What's the weather like in your area?

Posted: 09/11/2012 at 11:19

Dry, brightish & a cold wind in WManchester this morning. Am expecting rain later. J.

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Posted: 09/11/2012 at 11:17

Morning all. Slept long time & woke up straight away at sensible time.

Gosh Becks, it paid off getting up early! Be glad no OH to snaffle remote- which reminds me need to hide central heating instructions...

Already have been across to neighbours, spoken to another. Found out who's in hospital, again, who's having a bathroom redone & where more new houses are going to be built! Phew!

Dry at the mo, but wind is strong.

Am going to do my Mrs Mop next & then have ironing to do, but may leave until tv watching tonight.

Back later, J.

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Posted: 08/11/2012 at 19:38

Am completely confused- what's new?

I had a good time in garden, but am paying for it now. Intermittent headache, dont 'do' headaches very well, cant concentrate & know that if I go to sleep on sofa wont sleep properly tonight.

Daughter keeps going on about a patch of dust that she can see in front of fireplace! She's been walking past the hoover all week......... Am doing cleaning tomorrow whilst it's wet!

Tumbler going, ironing pile can wait till whenever.... night all, J.

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Posted: 08/11/2012 at 15:08

Raining again & lack of energy has driven me in. Coffee, biscuits & some of those little pancakey things should help, but not the weight!!

Still I have moved the rose. All finished I thought, as I finally mulched it, turned round to see the tin of bonemeal, still closed, sitting on step! Only stabbed a few bulbs & replanted the ok ones around the rose.

The pot clematis is now in its' new bigger pot. The sale buy Fatsia is also repotted.

Some small plants that were propagated whenever were either composted or planted out. Too many to use all of them & no need to keep all. Causes more work when sweeping up & constantly potting on, or not as is the usual case.

Seed tins now in porch, as are the tulip bulbs. Next week for those now.

Germinated sweetpeas now out in coldframe & one pot back on sill, just in case any decide to grow.

Abandoned having washing out. Kept showering, so off to sort that & get changed & flop for a bit. J.

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Posted: 08/11/2012 at 11:30

Take care if only1 front tyre being replaced & front wheel drive, the handling may not be as good. BTW understand about the cost of such things! I'd also want to know why it's likely to have happened in the first place- garages' job after all.

It's turned into eat your buttie now day whilst waiting for washer to finish. That way I can get stuck in out there without having to stop until later, energy permitting.

Back sometime. J.

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Posted: 08/11/2012 at 11:12

Tracking out? if front wheel drive. Garage should check that if they've noticed uneven tread wear. Are there lots of unavoidable pot holes around? Very common in a certain make of car IME. Not been at correct tyre pressure? is another thought.

BTW if car front wheel drive & it's a front tyre 'gone' ,once the cause has been established, I'd have 2 new tyres fitted, or use the spare for the 2cnd & keep the remaining better front tyre as the spare. That way you have equal tread on the driving tyres coming up to winter. J.

What's for tea?

Posted: 08/11/2012 at 11:05

I love bottom of fridge/veg rack soup!

Tonight is posh veg-filled pasta with my red pepper pasta sauce over. I always make more than need & freeze left-over. Cheese & tomato flatbread & sauce out of freezer plus some olives too. Quick & easy after a day in garden. J.

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Posted: 08/11/2012 at 11:00

The sun keeps popping out- great, but so wet underfoot. Sweeping leaves, forget it, plus windy too.

Germinated sweetpeas, not many, are now in a coldframe & am having a banana break before going out again.

I've still got cosmos flowering here, bit tatty, but not yet over by any means.

Bjay- if no chnace to get the rhubarb crowns into ground yet, big pots ok for now. Then when you're able they can get put in their new place later on.

Which keep- hmm, depends on the state of the crown. You could always split the bigger one & then have more..... J.

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