Pauline 7

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Posted: 04/10/2017 at 08:06

Morning PF,  and all who follow.  Grey and dull today,  but not raining,  so I think I might go and have a mosy round the car boot sale.  They finish. at the end of this month.  Start again in April,  but I hope to be back at work by then. 

Resurrected Twenty-Six

Posted: 03/10/2017 at 17:45

Back from a long day at the hospital and I am shattered.  See you all tomorrow. 

Resurrected Twenty-Six

Posted: 03/10/2017 at 10:26

Morning all.  I remember my son,  aged about 11,  going to a school disco.  "I have put gel on my hair,   mum "

"What gel? "

"In the red tub, in the bathroom " 

 Ever tried to get swarfega out of hair  !!!

Lovely neighbours

Posted: 03/10/2017 at 09:28

My neighbour,  not what you could call a gardener but keeps his garden tidy,  has offered to cut my lawns and hedges for me if I find them hard to do while I am having my treatment. I may well have to take him up on the offer. 

As you say,  good neighbours are hard to beat. 

Resurrected Twenty-Six

Posted: 02/10/2017 at 10:15

Back with 4 large bags of MPC.  Pain killers taken, ( precautionary )  having a coffee , then out into the garden. 

Resurrected Twenty-Six

Posted: 02/10/2017 at 08:34

Morning all.  The sun is shining and I have no appointments today.  Guess where I will be.  After I have been to get some MPC. I will have to set the timer.  One hour in the garden then a break for a cup of tea,  and repeat. 

Resurrected Twenty-Six

Posted: 01/10/2017 at 19:59

About 25 years ago I was cleaning / maintenance supervisor in the local shopping centre.  The only thing that we used to clean any stainless steel was. .......... baby oil.  It worked a treat.  I don't know if has the same things in it now though. 

Resurrected Twenty-Six

Posted: 01/10/2017 at 12:24

Hazel.  My treatment doesn't start for a couple of weeks yet.  These appointments are all preparation.  Checking things that could be damaged by my treatment and meeting the support teams. 

Resurrected Twenty-Six

Posted: 01/10/2017 at 09:59

Morning all.  Wet miserable morning here so nothing outside can be done.  Hospital appointments are all on Tuesdays and Thursdays over 2 weeks so can we please have nice weather on the other days  I need to get into the garden. 

Yellow Grass Patches?? Need advice - see pictures

Posted: 30/09/2017 at 14:56

With It being a new build, I would guess that you have builders rubble underneath the soil.

Discussions started by Pauline 7

new grass

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can these be grown in pots? 
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Sweet peas

A couple of questions 
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Barefoot Gardener

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Thank you

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scarifier / raker

What's the difference?  
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I need your help

I need you to encourage me to lose weight  
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Caterpillars on my sprouts

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I think I've done it

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broad beans

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coleus - painted nettle

Are they easy to look after?  
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toadstools in my lawn

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First time growing veg

Any advice  
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One for the ladies. ......

and the gents if you're so inclined  
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Hydro Mousse

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