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Posted: 13/12/2012 at 08:23

http://s4.gardenersworld.com/uploads/images/original/16574.jpg?width=525&height=350&mode=max

 This is the one that really caught my eye, I think she is lovely

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Posted: 13/12/2012 at 08:02

Good morning Dove, Gary,  Jo, Pam and anyone else who's about.

I was up early this morning after a really good night's sleep, unusual for me.

That fanatasy picture is beautiful, will look at link in a mo. Very cold here this morning, cat refuses to go out, but who could blame her

Ironing planed this morning then visit to Mum, called on Tuesday to see her only to be told she was seeing Nativity play at local school with some of the other residents she's 99 and still gallavanting.

Catch you later.

Chris.

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Posted: 12/12/2012 at 16:11

well, just popped in to see whats going on.I have got a friend who always say prostrate, it makes me smile every time, but I haven't the heart to correct her perhaps I should. I don't have any sauce on my bacon sarnies, just Au naturale, OH has tomato sauce, if that's of any interest

Don't do fish finger sarnies, must try it sometime,.

Christmas lights are working ok, it's a miracle, they must be about 30 years old.Keep saying we will get some new ones, but we make do every year, put them away and say the same thing the next year. once Christmas is over I don't even want to think about it.

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Posted: 12/12/2012 at 13:06

Time for bacon sarnie nearly finished decorations, just the tree to do, then clean up all the mess.

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Posted: 12/12/2012 at 10:18

Morning All.

All this technical stuff so early in the day. I did the ccleaner thingy yesterday and my computer is now running quicker so a double bonus.

Geoff  ---  My guess today for your choccy  is snow.

We are going to tackle the Christmas Decorations today

see you later.

Chris

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Posted: 10/12/2012 at 17:01

Good afternoon everyone.

Just got back from doing the last Christmas present shop. Everywhere was very busy, and they say there's no money about, but there are some bargains to be had. Got the Christmas cards posted, I only bought 18  2nd class stamps and sent one 2nd Class large and it cost almost £10. the rest will have to be delivered by hand.

Geoff. I was going to say the Inn Keeper for your choccy , but I see that someone else has already said that, and Herod, so I don't really know what to say.

Nice to see you back Maud., hope things improve for you.

Catch you all later.

Chris

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Posted: 09/12/2012 at 16:17

Thanks Jean and Glyn  for the info. and Hi to Tinker, sorry I've lost track of all the different names, will have to make a note and stick it on my screen

Molly, our cat isn't micro chipped, she has a collar with all her info. She must be about 17 now, not quite sure of her age as she has been passed around a bit, had several owners, so I think I will go with the magnetic one. I will be out and about tomorrow so I will investigate.

Norm2. That sounds like a very good idea, enjoy your rest.

Chris

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Posted: 09/12/2012 at 13:54

Glyn,

That sounds like a good idea. I just might invest in one.Thanks for mentioning it.

Chris.

What's for tea?

Posted: 09/12/2012 at 13:38

Today we are having roast shoulder of lamb, cooked slowly with rosemary, garlic and sea salt. with various veg, can't decided between bread and butter pudding or home made rice pudding with nutmeg.

Frank. That tart sounds fantastic. have copied recipe for use at later date, thanks.

Chris

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Posted: 09/12/2012 at 13:30

Well of course it's Robin, now I know, anyway now I haven't got to rack my brains, not up to it today. I am going to finish Christmas cards this afternoon, and see how many I can possibly get away with not posting.

We have had the rogue cat coming in the house again and eating Molly's food,it frightened me to death the other day. I was going in the house, when it shot out of the catflap in the kitchen door, past me like a streak of lightening, now our poor old Molly is frightened to go out, we are having to keep catflap closed and she only goes out when she thinks the coast is clear. These pets can be a pain sometimes, but we wouldn't be without them.

It's getting quite festive round the neighbourhood. The village Christmas tree is up, hopefully it will not be vandalised this year, and some of the neighbours have got lights in their trees, it's looking good.

Catch you all later.

Chris

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