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Posted: 06/04/2014 at 09:21
Morning all.
Dove & kef, I've just discovered I sleep better when o go to bed late (OH has been trying to tell me that for years).
Stacey, your OH has only had 3 years to learn so of course he won't know what LO eats!
Wish id seen OL s last post to put my mind at rest, had nightmares, not really.
looks nice out now kef.


Posted: 06/04/2014 at 00:19
27 minutes it is. Night. 'Love you daisy'. Not giving you a kiss though...


Posted: 06/04/2014 at 00:11
Just the one glass OL, first since OH went on hol last week.
no its just the dog thing and bed thing. Not for me. But did like friends baby pug going to sleep on my lap, so im not all bad. Just a bit well slobbery aren't they, even snail like? That a deep enough hole for you panda ? Right im off to the naughty step, dont think anyone will be talking to me in the morning. But seriously! You'll be letting it ( can't even say it) lick you next...ughhh. Sorry sure she's lovely.


Posted: 05/04/2014 at 23:55
Ughh (so sorry Tracey) but slugs and puppy dogs tails. Not nice bedtime reading o here tonight ! Oh sorry snails and beagles. Don't mind me Tracey but dont they smell even after a bath, oh sorry im in trouble aren't I? Sorry. I'll stick to gardening. Sorry only do fish as pets. Oh gosh that hole im digging is getting bigger and bigger. Hope a silver birch will fit in it... Errrr night then.


Posted: 05/04/2014 at 23:47
we crossed lily, bargain supposedly dead plants, at 2 dif GCs.


Posted: 05/04/2014 at 23:44
is that your beagle Tracey?


Posted: 05/04/2014 at 23:26

Verd - must remember to bring mine back from mum's! Hope it's a real beauty in my garden as it is in hers. 


Posted: 05/04/2014 at 23:22

panda, think it was FB said put nailvarnish on 'em to see if same ones come back!

Lily, missed your earlier post re clem thingy. I spent ages choosing my (6?) online but wimped out and went for cheap option of what was in GC at the time. Sat on the edge of a plant shelf and googled each one, put all those I was considering in a trolley and took my time - took me ages but was oblivious to the strange glances as I was absorbed! One lady did say to her ?daughter 'she's doing it right' which made me feel like a real nerd. Quite like to be a plant nerd really! Bet after all that they've got the wrong labels on!!! Most I paid was £7, many were £2.


Posted: 05/04/2014 at 22:46

How lovely. Sentimentality in the garden is what makes us smile. If the frosts have passed and it's not red hot, there shouldn't be a problem planting a hydrangea. I have one at mum's I'm waiting to plant, don't think it will be long before it's (no can't say it aloud, I'm supersticious) warmer at night. Water well but don't overwater.Hope she enjoys it.


Posted: 05/04/2014 at 22:39

ughhh squish it FB ? Not usually squeemish but don't think I'd manage that - oh ok with my foot, bit slow today

Lil I tell the neighbours they have wings, nothing to do with me and of course they prefer a garden full of weeds  if only


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