Maud is in the garden

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Posted: 07/10/2013 at 16:08

I moved mine last autumn and managed to split it into 3 plants. All have done well this year well over 6ft.

Good Evening FORKERS

Posted: 08/09/2013 at 19:19

Just heard from daughter on the isle of wight, shes cold wet and miserable but waiting for Elton John to appear. She will be glad to home and in the warm.picked lettuce from allotment today absolutely gorgeous. As were the cucumbers. tomatoes, beetroot and potatoes.


Posted: 06/09/2013 at 09:56

Very grey and dark today got to have the lights on already. And then theres the rain. My daughter is on the isle of wight camping. I think im going to have a lot of muddy washing when she gets home on monday.

Had a wonderful day out on wednesday., I went with a friend, to the village thay i lived in as a child. My dad was the village bobby in Westbourne near Chichester in the 1960s.We walked all round the village, saw the school i went to and the house my friends had lived in. Had lunch in The Stag where we made so welcome.A real trip down memory lane. I dont ever remember it raining but my mum has reassured me that it did.

Does anyone else have such fond memories of being a small child?

Unwelcome visitor

Posted: 06/09/2013 at 09:47

I have 2 cats so im quite used to them bringing in mice as presents for me but the rat was the last straw. The man from pest control was lovely and put my mind to rest. There does seem to be a lot more rats around this year could it be that so many people dont dipose of their rubbish properly?

Unwelcome visitor

Posted: 02/09/2013 at 16:00

Have had one in the house this luckily with the help of my daughter and my friend Sluggy we managed to get it out. Cornered in the bathroom and caught it in the bucket. Talked to the rat man with the local council who dais it sounded like an isolated incident but if i saw anymore he would come out and put poison down. I too was concerned about the poison as i have 2 cats. He said that the poison was fast acting and they would diie" in their beds". So far havent seen it again hoefully 3 grown women shouting and yelling at it was more that it could cope with.


Posted: 02/09/2013 at 15:52

Have eaten too many blackberries so im happily farting away, i always have to laugh as well. Better out than jn

Wood lice

Posted: 01/09/2013 at 18:45

Its definately woodlice ive sat in the greenhouse and watched them happily munching on my toms. Have now picked remaining ones and finishing them off on the bathroom window ledge. Think i have a new breed of them, kamakaze woodlice!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Posted: 29/08/2013 at 17:13

Sounds good to me although i can eat cake wearing nothing at all which is not a pretty sight. Maybe i should have a hat after all. Ha ha

Wood lice

Posted: 29/08/2013 at 16:52

Anybody got any ideas haw to get rid of woodlice? The little b##### are eating all my tomaoes in the greenhouse and at this rate i wont be getting any!!!!!


Posted: 29/08/2013 at 16:48

Life is all about making mistakes but as long as we learn from thats ok. Ive made more than most included in this is my 1st husband. Think i need a large piece of cake after reading all this

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