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Posted: 05/02/2014 at 20:41

pinkq  I don't know why that happens with your posting, if it continues start a new thread, asking Daniel if he can help.  E.g.    "Daniel please help"...then detail your problem.

Daniel is gardener's world editor who oversees the site and liaises with the site technicians. Think that is his sort of title, but a great help when needed.

If unsure, give a shout and one of us "old" members will start it for you.

Love your Hellibore which is it?


Posted: 05/02/2014 at 20:26

Pentillie I can't click on the link, but will Google it tomorrow, thank you

Fairy, just don't mention the M word. Nothing worth scoffing here. Had a right battle with myself in SM as Hagen D ice cream was on offer.

Dove glad your son is home safe.

Tracey, don't you be out on the lake shouting for Donald.  Hope that wasn't in bad taste, didn't mean it to be. Had some good times in Lake District, especially when my ice cream cornet fell on my foot after queing for it for 15mins.

Archie, drains, say no might have read the fun we had some weeks ago with Mum's drains. Can't find a suitable smiley. Hope you've got some rods.

Verdun, I bet your Mum is a character

Think I'm going off early and hiding under duvet, rain still lashing down, might read until Mrs. B's boys on later. That means OH will record it and I'll be sock on in half an hour.

Catch you all tomorrow, sleep well.


Posted: 05/02/2014 at 19:13


Punkdoc we can do a Vulcan "mindmeld" on day out, then you will be fine...LOL..or I might

OH already drawing sketches for an ark, think he modified from a multi handled snow shovel.


Posted: 05/02/2014 at 19:06

Verdun, I think these days unions have to ballot and give notice to strike so I guess no one knew what the weather would bring.

Just watched news and Brunel's railway track has nearly collapsed  Only a few months since I watched a documentary about it.

Somerset  Downs pictures are unbelievable.

I don't really know what to say.  I worry about my garden and plants, but am not having to worry about my family / home / livelihood.

Don't mean to be a misery.

Whose having cakes & Xmas left overs tonight?  Please not any Turkey curry


Posted: 05/02/2014 at 18:51

Bill nice pictures, but not what you want.

How long is it before You..usually see signs of Spring and better weather?


Posted: 05/02/2014 at 17:46

I'm back obviously..Lily , get a grip dear ... both were in the worst of the weather last night..have you been on the sherbert dabs again?  you are working too hard.

A lot to comment on from today's posts on our happy thread.

Think all know that I wish all & families well.

Want to say about glass half full etc.

I spent nearly 3yrs years thinking I was going mad. Finally had meds for 10yrs and functioned and worked full time. Didn't want meds and things weren't too bad as I then worked with lovely people and our job was to support people with dementia and it made me think I was lucky. Had a re-lapse but then went for CBT ( cognitive behaviour therapy) the best thing I ever did, and so wish it had been available when I first "lost the plot". I can say that cos it was me.

So all fellow "wibblers" take heart you can get better. Some that know me might question that. But I was always a bit silly  

Right I'm pressing submit  before I bottle out delete and post about my new socks

GardenIng jokes

Posted: 05/02/2014 at 17:23
Fairygirl wrote (see)

What's small, round and giggles a lot?

A tickled onion     

That tickled me




Posted: 05/02/2014 at 17:20

Fidget, a log cabin, if you please, not a shed.


Posted: 05/02/2014 at 08:59

Glad to hear that Verdun & Dove's son are both okay. Hope Philippa is also okay & tree didn't come down.

Hi to other peeps.

Gotta dash as want to get the shopping for us & M, before the strong winds that are due. My little Yaris doesn't weigh much, should be okay though as I'll be in it, might have to get some bottles of wine just to make sure 

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