Palaisglide


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Strictly is back!

Posted: 02/11/2015 at 10:07

Kelly, Georgia, Helen Anita and Jay will rise to the top and fight it out although the GBP can throw a spanner in the works. Kirsty was second lowest Jamelia did the better dance off but should never have been in it.

Frank

Strictly is back!

Posted: 01/11/2015 at 16:01

Thank you for the congrats one very loved baby will find no rules in my house plus a doting g/granddad.

Frank

Strictly is back!

Posted: 01/11/2015 at 15:53

David needs must, I have plenty of time young people with children have not, they can be forgiven for taking short cuts. Katie was given terrible music yet gave of her best in a dance that did not suit her style at least the judges understood and marked her up. Let it be Jeremy or Carole tonight.

Frank.

Strictly is back!

Posted: 01/11/2015 at 10:19

That should read I watched some of the other countries Strictly dancing and they at least dance to the correct tempo music. What happened to our show.

Frank

Strictly is back!

Posted: 01/11/2015 at 10:15

Halloween is for children and daft teenagers not for dance or even light entertainment if those who do not dance prefer that. Handicapping people who have day jobs and only one week to learn the dance is not on. The costumes, make up and music were dire, I watched me up tube on other similar programmes and they dance  the correct tempo. The first three dances were not good then we got Anita, wonderful though making mistakes because of the stupid horns on her head she said weighed a ton. I love Kelly, Anita, Georgia, Helen is very good yet there is something about her? Peter tries too hard, Jay I have yet to make my mind up, thought Jamelia a joy to watch.

David beef today covered with my own herbs though as most of the family came yesterday to tell me I will soon be a great granddad it looks as if we are having rissoles tomorrow.

 

Strictly is back!

Posted: 29/10/2015 at 00:09

Tell me about it PP, when you were back mobile you got to wear a WW1 uniform dyed blue white shirt and red tie to walk out in, Red tie? Handy reminder that was. I was glad to get back to base.

Frank.

lawn moss

Posted: 27/10/2015 at 12:21

Sue, put it in the compost and mix it well, you could put any old compost from pots where the plants have finished as mulch not much life left in it but it will lighten the soil. My way is leave things for the frost to work its wonders then mulch in spring. Some plants such as Peony's need a mulch now though not over the root ball spread it in a ring around the plant, the worms do the rest.

Frank.

lawn moss

Posted: 27/10/2015 at 12:21

Sue, you came in whilst  was writing. Put it in a black bag with some air holes and hide it behind a bush or shed, add it to the compost as it empties next year.

Frank.

lawn moss

Posted: 27/10/2015 at 12:18

Sue, put it in the compost and mix it well, you could put any old compost from pots where the plants have finished as mulch not much life left in it but it will lighten the soil. My way is leave things for the frost to work its wonders then mulch in spring. Some plants such as Peony's need a mulch now though not over the root ball spread it in a ring around the plant, the worms do the rest.

Frank.

Question: Hand held tools

Posted: 27/10/2015 at 12:09

Firstly, Budding Gardeners? A lot of us learned the ropes in the garden of Eden and pretty set in our ways. I use the normal hand tools, lawn mower, hedge trimmer, leaf sucker for ease of use though my hand tools are well worn hand me downs from a time when the light in our rooms were gas.

At my age a robot gardener might come in handy though I could see myself sending it back to the garage for not doing a proper job. Sorry cannot really help but best of luck with your project.

Frank.

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