- Retired and with a small garden in North East Kent
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Today at 11:41
Sorry Runny, feel ashamed now Still love you really Are you still speaking to me and can I still use your shed? Please, pleeeeaaase?
Today at 11:35
Was a mix of sun and clouds when we went out with dog to the field but the grey has descended on us too.
A gorgeous cat pic, Rubee . He's definitely posing for the camera. The iPad does take good pics, doesn't it. And so do you
Youre right, Kitty about the number of posts. Great to see LB back but the number of posts still don't seem to be right here on Rez. Havent checked back to see her other posts elsewhere - you said they weren't all there, didn't you? Sorry, can't check back on your post.
LB, soooo good to have you back. Amaaaaazing! I can creep better than Runny AND i did my best to put a pic on this morning. SHE didn't.
Today at 09:22
Did my best and I'm coffee biased but maybe better than nothing.
Pp, meant bikkies for WREN not you Still, at least one of you felt better.
Pauline and MU, don't come back too frazzled from the SM and I'll add my voice to Joyce's. MU, TINNED SALMON!!
Today at 09:18
A poor substitute for LB but I'll give it a whirl.
Yesterday at 21:02
Good on ya, Chey.
Night Rubee and Rebecca. Going to watch a DVD now so I'll sign out for this evening. Hope you're back soon, LB.
Yesterday at 20:54
Psst, MU! I happen to know Runny's shed is rather comfortable if you're on the run.
Yesterday at 20:41
Nah, Pansy, not a problem. even with a tall member of the family you still don't bother dusting high things (nor low). You just blame it on the arthritis - that shuts them up.
Yesterday at 20:38
Joyce, one set of Kitty's shark photos are on page 23 (think that's the right number) but she posted 2 lots. Not sure where the others are.
Yesterday at 20:29
Pansy. Yes but heaving is easier if at least one of you has a bit of height. We're both average height but got a 6'2'' son who comes in very handy at times! Like getting the landing light bulbs out to change them.
Yesterday at 20:21
Don't worry, Rebecca, I'm sure LB is ok. It'll just be a glitch on the forum, that's all.
Yesterday at 20:20
Come on everyone, let's join MU! All together now, housework, ironing, cleaning, cooking, dusting - oh, the freedom
Yesterday at 20:17
Ok, Chey, when are you going out with him? ARE you going to go out with him? Hope he's tall enough to help with the wardrobe Always choose someone of the correct size for your furniture. No use going out with a shortie if you've got a 7 foot wardrobe to put together.
Yesterday at 19:41
What, from everywhere? That's ridiculous. Typical that its happened now that Nora & co will have left the office.
Yesterday at 19:35
Chey, Moi? Nothing at all
Yesterday at 19:35
MU, by George, you've got it! LB HAS DISAPPEARED! I've checked back and I've referred in my posts to some things she's said and they aren't there any longer. The voodoo doll has gone too!
Yesterday at 19:32
Joyce, you're grandma to cats and horses, I'm gran to a Labrador. Much less hassle than those things called ..'children'
MU, I can't see why you'd have posted this morning about how we were racing through the posts, nearly finished again if it was at 600+. Blame it on a glitch, covers a multitude of things. You're not going loopy if Chey remembers it as well. Unless of course .......
Yesterday at 16:18
MU, I saw somewhere that you can get plug in or scent described as 'open windows' fragrance. Unless you happen to live on a fume ridden arterial road there's an obvious question begging to be answered there.....
Yesterday at 16:15
LB, same here re not being like this when younger. Most aerosols have me choking, I can feel a tight sensation at the very top of my chest and the end of my tongue feels as if it's been burnt. Some plug in scented thingies are ok for me but a lot aren't. The sofa bloke has just gone and he used some sort of solvent. Every single door and window in the house is wide open and I'm sitting just outside the back door. Thank gooddness he didn't come on a cold rainy day
Yesterday at 15:58
I'm banished to the conservatory with dog while sofa man gets on with his smelly recovering of Sofa back.
MU, I think your table's great too. Ask your OH to do an order for me after LB's one.
Sorry Rubee, I'll do my best to change to your new spelling! Thing is autospell on my iPad will also have to get used to it and it's got a mind of its own. I've got super sensitive skin as well but can manage to cope with highlights being put in. I have never been able to just grab any old skin product to use. Certain soaps, moisturisers, shampoos etc will start it off. Often, my skin will suddenly decide it doesn't like a product I've used for a long time without problem and then it's back to cautiously trying out this and that again. It's a pain!
Yesterday at 14:39
Yes, Chey, you can get a packet of mixed salad leaves seeds, put a few of them in a pot with a fine covering of compost over them, keep them warm on the windowsill or desk but not in full sun all day (maybe stick the whole pot in a plastic bag at the beginning to keep the surface from drying out) and not long afterwards you should see some green showing through.
As MU says above, you just cut the leaves when they're big enough and more will sprout.
Edit. Mine are called 'leaf salad, winter mix'. Have managed them on a light windowsill during winter though not as easy as sowing in summer.
Last edited: 25 July 2017 14:43:33