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Posted: 27/12/2012 at 17:23

Nurse phoned- I can do the ironing tomorrow morning now, phew.

Rissoles made, vegs prepared & will start cooking sometime soon. Would someone pleeeeze move the biscuits? Am eating an apple to stop the craving.....

Meant to say earlier- did anyone see the Roy Orbison prog last night? OH & me really enjoyed it. J.

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Posted: 27/12/2012 at 15:39

Am cream crackered & all emotional.  'B' drugs!

Now have a cuppa & plan to flop for a bit. I need to assemble the rissoles- mixture needs a couple+ hrs to 'mature' so bowl is in the cool porch, as no room in fridge.

No idea when nurse planning to come tomorrow. You watch the phone ring just as I nod off.... J.

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Posted: 27/12/2012 at 13:55

We've just eaten the last of the pud & cream. Good after beans on toast!

Will probably need to use some long life milk until OH & me shop on Saturday. I can also see him shopping again before the NY as he's going back on NYDay & he emptied his fridge before he left. Suppose it depends on the date stamps we get on Saturday.

Right, Mrs Mopp's duties still calling.....J.

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Posted: 27/12/2012 at 10:23

Oh heck, I've just re-read what I put..... Off to get busy now..... J.

Red currant pruning

Posted: 27/12/2012 at 10:21

Bjay- excellent book on pruning is 'How to prune' by the late John Cushnie. My copy is full of scribbles in the margins.

I also keep a diary of when & what I did to my bushes each yr. The weather also plays a part & last yr we had very liitle sun up here!

Looking at the latest forecast I've already told OH that shall be pruning my fruit bushes this Saturday! J.

What's the weather like in your area?

Posted: 27/12/2012 at 10:12

Oh poor you Rain, take care.

Yesterdays' sun didnt last- it threw it down later on!

Was surprised to find the temperature in the back garden only 1-2C this morning. It's dull & damp out there now. Decided against the GC sale visit after all -will go next week instead! J.

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Posted: 27/12/2012 at 10:01

Well it's cheese rissoles tonight, plus veg. I need to see if any 'fresh' herbs around for the mixture, otherwise dried will do. It uses up all the part open cheese bits & the rissoles are equally yummy when cold with a bit of pickle! daughter saysthey're better that way.

Decided against going to the GC sale today. Need to do some cleaning of sorts. Who emptied the shredder into the bag, for composting, & didnt take care so bits everywhere? Not me I might add..... & as for the floor in workshop/study! Daughter off a couple of days next week so she & me will go instead. I probably will have to stop her buying sale plants for the house garden! But have to admit have already fished out a couple of books for her & ordered one from Amazon that she'll find very useful! 'Old garden, New Gardener' by GH & Gay Search. Absolutely spot on for her situation. I still refer to my well thumbed copy. J.

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Posted: 27/12/2012 at 08:39

Bet you've fed/let out chooks & Cody though before going back to your pit.

BTW all those papers/articles etc I collect over time have been sorted & recycled in the majority of cases. Cant find Septembers' copy of a mag though, did take on holiday & remember reading it on the plane- hmm wonder where it's ended up? J.

 

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Posted: 27/12/2012 at 08:16

No, I'll join you! J.

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Posted: 27/12/2012 at 08:02

Morning!

Still dark out there, OH already doing his paperwork & daughter will be off to work soon- Gary she worked yesterday.

Tablet taken, timer set & am supposed to be unloading dishwasher.....

Keep finding half used packets, plates of 'all sorts' so todays' meals will be a bit odd I think. Always use up left-overs. There were comments on radio yesterday about people nowadays not knowing what to do with them....

I will weigh myself first thing tomorrow as nurse will ask me....... Ooh, breakfast allowed now. J.

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