Posted: 27/10/2015 at 08:26
We are back after a lovely 10 days in the Brecon Beacons. Stunning scenery, weather behaved, glorious autumnal colours and my birthday in the middle - all in all a nice little break.
Have speed read most of the posts from last week or so and retained some but not all of it.
DD - Glad to see your OH is safely home - I wonder if he's been a little tetchy because he's had a bit of a scare? My OH gets like that when he's a bit scared or feels that things are a bit out of his control. I'd get a bit weepy - but most men don't do weepy - but it needs to express itself some how.
JO - So sorry to hear about the New Kid - he sounded like a real character. Sounds like a lovely resting place for him.
BL - Sorry to hear about your dog too. It is quite traumatic looking after very poorly pets isn't it?
CLARI - Get yourself better before you even think of going back to work!
RUNNY - Hope your OH is now recovered from his fall - these men do seem to be giving us cause for worry don't they?
WW - Sounds as though you are getting thing sorted out. You'll soon be abe to fallolop in front of the fire with a brandy coffee and survey your new estate with pride.
PANDA - Hope the new job is going well.
DOVE - Hope the car gets sorted soon - I've had the same problem on 2 previous cars.
PAT - Keep telling us about Spring - it will help us get through Winter!
Can't remember anymore - sorry to anyone I've missed.
Rather a misty, very autumnal day out there. The driveway is glowing as it is covered in golden ash tree leaves so today I shall be raking and bagging those up and digging up the summer bedding which is finally going over. Some bulbs to plant and a log delivery to organise. I quite like this time of year - a real feel of nesting and hunkering down. Will probably make a large pot of Daal & some soup later.