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What do you do or what did you do at work

Posted: Today at 09:49

Oh maybe we have worked in the same places, David!?

What do you do or what did you do at work

Posted: Today at 09:32

Me too. 

What do you do or what did you do at work

Posted: Today at 09:30

David - its the environment you work in and the people you work with that makes the difference to any job.  Are your work mates a good lot?

What do you do or what did you do at work

Posted: Today at 08:34

I have done admin work in a variety of different places - local council, gas terminal, pharmaceutical company, construction and a charity organisation.  Also worked for a short time as a classroom assistant and in a preschool nursery.  I gave up my last job because the politics of the place wasn't worth the small salary they paid.  Thankfully it was only 15 hrs a week and we were able to survive with my husbands wage.  So at present I'm not in paid employment, but I am definitely fully employed - house, garden, two daughters, and a batty dog!  Could do with earning again now, though, with the prospect of supporting our daughters through university.

Do I talk too much.?

Posted: Yesterday at 09:25

Please keep sharing your knowledge and thoughts, Mike, where would the forum be without you and the many other experienced gardeners who enlighten us newbies on a daily basis.  Thanks for sharing . . . .  everyone.  

Gardening Book

Posted: 20/04/2014 at 22:19

Orchid Lady, good quality second hand books can be a good option, ie from Amazon, ebay.  You can find good quality used books for much less.  I have bought a few like this and if they turn out to be not as good as I might have expected I've not wasted too much money, and if they are what I'm looking for, I've got myself a bargain.  Must add that I've not been disappointed yet.

In the theater

Posted: 20/04/2014 at 21:37

  Like it!

Anybody know what it is yet???

Posted: 20/04/2014 at 21:31

Tray14, your plant looks to be the double of one I recently acquired from my parents garden.  They told me it is a weeping willow, but don't know the exact variety, sorry.

Rhubarb Crumble

Posted: 20/04/2014 at 21:22

Evaporated milk for me, please . . . . on fruit crumble or fruit pie.  Mmmm luurrrvly!!

could someone ID this please

Posted: 19/04/2014 at 19:53

Could it be a hellibore?

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Difference between earthworm eggs and slug eggs 
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Is pressure treated wood bad for the garden? 
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Should I cover seeds with compost/vermiculite/perlite? 
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