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I’ve already mentioned the horrendous waiting times for hopeful delivery in respect of Hubby’s shed, which is why he still hasn’t got one. The idea of paying £300 to £500 or so upfront for something that MAY be available for … Continue reading
You may recall this post a little while ago and the follow up here One thing about having a dog is that the house can smell….. well……. doggish. I suppose we are immune to the whiff, but sometimes it catches … Continue reading
Hubby was listening to something on the internet about budgets yesterday and how to adapt when income has diminished to make ends meet. As we walked Maggie for the final time last night, we agreed that although we are on … Continue reading
Finally our In Loving Memory rose is beginning to bloom. I took these shots with my phone about ten minutes ago. When it’s fully out, I’ll use the Nikon as it will show it in its full glory.
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Today started off as a nice ploddy day. We had it planned, blood test for Hubby first thing, get my prescription filled second thing, walk the dog third, then into town to do some banking business,…
The crows are crawing loudly outside our lounge window. If I didn’t know better, I would think we were taking part in the opening credits of a remake of Hitchcock’s classic The Birds. Starlings and their chicks have descended on … Continue reading
You might remember these Well, we picked a couple more todayand I’m beginning to feel like Mrs Noah as our produce is coming in twos. It’s also a red letter day as our beefy beetroot was of a suitable size … Continue reading
When we bought the cottage, it was in need of a new kitchen, and as we were starting from scratch, we decided to invest in a reconditioned Rayburn solid fuel cooker which would also run our central heating. It wasn’t … Continue reading
Have just taken these of the Ancient Mariner with my phone Top: both roses on the bush Bottom: left the small bud, right the main rose, and you can just make out another bud And also these of Maggie guarding … Continue reading
Our Peace rose, sadly beginning to wane a little now. The Ancient Mariner is making its presence felt.