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Posted: 26/05/2013 at 22:56

Sorry TT, just missed you there! I used to enjoy a long soak with a nice glass of wine. Unfortunately these days only one glass gets me sozzled, so that combined with the heat of the bath could be fatal for me...... I blame my age related hormones

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Posted: 26/05/2013 at 22:52

Funny you should say that Nut, the consultant did mention having just one eye treated was an option, as depending on the task required the relevant eye would send the message to the brain, fascinating isn't it!

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Posted: 26/05/2013 at 22:38

Or stupid  Nut !.......My sister had it done a couple of years ago and hasn't looked back (excuse the pun). It doesn't bother me wearing glasses for tv, driving etc because I was still able to read without taking them off but now I'm pushing them up and down my nozzle to focus, gets annoying 

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Posted: 26/05/2013 at 22:32

Used to prop my book behind the taps til my eyesight deteriorated, now can't see the book never mind the writing ..... On that note I've taken the plunge and booked to have laser eye surgery in July, watch this space!

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Posted: 26/05/2013 at 20:49

GG your pics look amazing, your garden is lovely. I thought about you today whilst I was gardening. After having an extension built we have started our front garden from scratch. We've had low stone walls built and a new pathway and I'm gradually filling in the border which isn't always easy as I'm a relatively novice gardener and not always sure what to put where. I put in a couple more shrubs today and my acers and hostas are filling out nicely. I stood back and had a moment of satisfaction at the result and it was then that I thought of you and all the work you have been doing. So you're certainly not boring, give yourself a pat on the back, you deserve it 

Hope everyone has had an enjoyable day and the weather has been as lovely as it has been here.

Went to the GC this morning to buy some screening and just had to have an agapanthus 'luly', also spotted an epimedium which went in the trolley too, I'd admired one at one of my patients gardens so was pleased to get one today. From there we went to a local gardening shop and bought a couple of blue delphiniums.

Ive had such an enjoyable and yet tiring day, shame the forecast isn't good for tomorrow. Must go now and wake OH, I can hear him snoring in the bath !!!!


Posted: 26/05/2013 at 10:26

Gorgeous morning, enjoy the day everyone, just off to GC

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Posted: 26/05/2013 at 01:11

Oops sorry garden girl for mistake in 'name'

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Posted: 25/05/2013 at 23:24

Thank you GG and Gardeninggirl

Hope you have less aches and pains tomorrow GG, enjoy your visitors!

Gardeninggirl, sorry to hear you're into well, take it easy

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Posted: 25/05/2013 at 22:28

Wow what a busy day! We had a skip delivered yesterday and have been wheelbarrowing rubble etc back and forth and regaining garden that was taken over when we had our building work done. Also this area of garden was 'let go' by the previous owners and we are gradually turning it over to our vegetable area, lots of weeds and waste rubbish is being hauled into the skip too. We have left over stone from the build which I've also been moving from one area to another. W ant to keep it to build some cold frames at a later date. 

Hoping to plant out my beans tomorrow but have to go to GC first thing to buy some bamboo screening as the old lot has rotted away and the dog keeps escaping!

Catch up tomorrow, happy gardening 


Posted: 25/05/2013 at 22:18

Planters and patio look great Andy, all that hard worked has paid off!

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