Posted: 07/07/2016 at 14:46
HMRC can be a nightmare but usually OK once you've located the right chap or chappess to speak to - for me so far anyway.
Vet visit went OK thanks Lesley. Pusscat is an adopted cat - we found her living abandoned in the field next door and in a serious state of starvation, sickness and needing neutering so we fed her and sheltered her and then, when we could catch her took her to the vet for neutering. She had polycycstic ovaries and bad teeth but recovered well and now lives upstairs. Doesn't approve of our dogs and only occasionally ventures out now she knows we'll let her back in again. That was 6 years ago. The first time we took her back to the vet she shredded his arms cos he wasn't happy just to give her the jabs but wanted to prod and poke. I did tell him but he knew better.
Today it was a young lady vet and she did her rag doll "I've got no bones" act and just let it all happen. Seems a little lump I've found may be breast cancer so will get an op on the 18th.
Both dogs are rescues too. One goes all drama queen and the other goes trembling heap but both are in good nick with teeth and hearts and so on and everyone now has jabs, worming, flea and tick treatment. €199 the lot.
Now, of course, the sun is shining and I'm getting hot but have almost cleared the way to the bit of attic where I need to remove wet insulation. Lots of chucking going on and some good finds too. I hope the newly fixed tiles hold as we're away next week and I can't keep an eye on them.
Looking forward to photos of the day out too.
What kind of water feature might you go for Lesley?