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What's the weather like in your area?

Posted: 07/09/2012 at 10:51

Please I live well inland just get the "country smells"

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Posted: 07/09/2012 at 10:48

Good morning all.

Becks -  that villa looks wonderful Hope you both have a great time, at least you will have some good weather! can't guarantee the same for us next week in Hereford, says changeable whatever that means.

Having a day sorting out garden, house etc.

Have a nice day.


What's the weather like in your area?

Posted: 07/09/2012 at 07:25

Nr Lincoln.   Good morning everyone.

Nice morning here, sun just appearing,promise of a lovely day.

Please you'r ok Frank, wondered what happened to you yesterday as we didn't get your usual post.

Have a nice day


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Posted: 06/09/2012 at 12:00

Hi everyone.

I've only been to Blackpool twice, rained and blew both times, it sort of puts you off! good fish and chips though

My daughter has been reading 50 Shades of Grey while recovering from her foot injury didn't get much response from her when asked what it was like, perhaps not the thing you tell your mother.

Had our afternoon tea, very good for the price, nice sandwiches, scone, jam and cream, but not clotted, just whipped, lemon drizzle cake and either tea or coffee, a bargain for £3.50 each. We sat in the courtyard in the sun, very civilised.

Looking forward to trying the local fare in Hereford next week, no doubt OH will be sampling the cream teas there.

Enjoy your day whatever you are doing.


What's the weather like in your area?

Posted: 06/09/2012 at 11:47

Nr Lincoln.

Good morning everyone.

It's very quiet on the forum today, are you all out enjoying the sun?

Sunny here,  but a cool breeze. I hope it warms up a bit this afternoon. Looking forward to Wartime Farm this evening.

Frank- I have 5 hardy fuchsias at the moment, 2 in pots and 3 in the garden. We also grow quite a number of non-hardy for baskets, pots etc. They give such a show. Sorry to have gone off topic a bit.

Have a nice day whatever you are doing.


What's the weather like in your area?

Posted: 05/09/2012 at 13:01

Nr Lincoln.

Glorious day here, lovely sunshine, makes you feel good.

I have decided I'm going to have more Hardy Fuchsias next year, as you say Frank they have done really well and are so easy to look after.

Take care


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Posted: 05/09/2012 at 12:56

Hi everyone.

Just got back from having a routine blood test I hate having them! must be the week for medical issues in our family..We then called at Waitrose to see if they had anything going cheap. Must just have hit it right as I got a few bits reduced, always gives you a good feeling

We are out this afternoon for afternoon tea at a small teashop in town courtesy of Groupon, afternoon tea for two for £7, will let you know later the outcome.

Lovely day here, sorry you had a bad head Jean, not nice, and that Lottie missed out on the plants.

Becks -- I wouldn't mind a week in a villa in Spain, all that lovely sunshine, hope you and Jess enjoy it when you get there, It will be quite an adventure for her

Cheers for now, I'm not allowed chocolate.


What's the weather like in your area?

Posted: 04/09/2012 at 12:41

Nr Lincoln.

Lovely day here, some cloud earlier, but it is now sunny and warm with a slight breeze.

I have also got washing out, makes you feel like doing a few jobs when the weather is good.

Have a nice day.


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Posted: 04/09/2012 at 12:36

Hi everyone.

Back to normal today after spending 3 hrs at the orthopaedic clinic yesterday afternoon with daughter with broken foot. She had to see the consultant yesterday and have the cast removed. We were moving from one department to another, very boring, anyway good news the plaster is off, not so good news, foot still swollen and tender so she will be of work for a further few weeks. As she works 12 hour shifts as nurse I can't see her being able to work for some time anyway, I'm now going to sort the caravan out ready for next weeks hols. We have decided to go to Herefordshire, will be looking out for Monty and Nigel as we will be in his neck of the woods, might even drop in for a cup tea

I like the idea of going to someones garden and just digging up what you want,

David love the begonias lovely quiet shades.

Becks. I remember that back to school feeling so well. Although you love them to bits, it's nice to have a few hours of "me" time.

Bye for now have a nice day whatever you are doing.


Posted: 02/09/2012 at 12:18

Thanks very much break23, will look out for them when next at the garden centre.


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