Resurrected Twenty-Two

Muddle-UpMuddle-Up Posts: 10,424 you are, fellow-Rezzers......tabula carpe diem......

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Last edited: 16 August 2017 08:06:52

Aberdeenshire, NE Scotland 🌞


  • Joyce21Joyce21 Posts: 12,115

    Brrr, there's a cool wind so fleece necessary for working. 

    SW Scotland
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  • Ladybird4Ladybird4 Third rock from the sunPosts: 17,095

    Hazel - don't worry. I read your last post, as will other later arrivals before they spot that 'two little ducks' has been posted.

    Cacoethes: An irresistible urge to do something inadvisable
  • Ladybird4Ladybird4 Third rock from the sunPosts: 17,095

    Joyce - wise decision to make use of dry time - even if a fleece is needed. SM can wait.

    Cacoethes: An irresistible urge to do something inadvisable
  • Muddle-UpMuddle-Up Posts: 10,424

    Should've thought to call it 'Two Little Ducks' LB!  ??

    Sunny here but soopermarket mayhem calls.....oh woop di dee.  Anyway, I need to give serious thunks to which bit  of the garden to tackle a skinny, short strip of border between path and grass....might clean that up ready for replanting tulip bulbs......decisions, decisions...... image

    Aberdeenshire, NE Scotland 🌞
  • plant pauperplant pauper Posts: 5,558

    Joyce my dad always talked about "planking" things (usually keys). I hadn't actually thought about it till now...we just said it. image

    The weather here is RIDICKILIS! It's blowing a gale and I'm seriously considering warm trousers FOR INDOORS!!!!! Apparently it's 12°. My eye! it would skin a fairy!

    I've been festigating steam mops. It seems they are either 5* or 1* and nothing in between. I'm no wiser. I'll probably just go for the Thane one as suggested by fellow Rezzers then I can moan at them if it goes horribly wrong.

    Time for another cup of kick-start methinks.

  • ForestedgeForestedge Posts: 2,180

    Can only 'see' your 7am posting Hazel on the other 21 thread.

  • plant pauperplant pauper Posts: 5,558

    Oh sorry F'edge I forgot to answer you.

    My local auction is a typical country auction complete with comedy characters.  image

    My purchases include a £9 Flymo for doing edges, £10 pound table for "doing up", £8 shelves (same), £9 Brabantia compact whirliline (brand new & with ground sleeve taped to it). £3 curtain poles...  The best bits are the socialising, the craic and the chips. Oh yes, there's a canteen! image I know how to live. 

  • plant pauperplant pauper Posts: 5,558

    As a nut remover/spitter outter I can only say well done! What are they gong to call it now though? A Whip????

    One of my old dogs once found a WW wrapper and joy of joys someone had left the nut inside. I've seldom seen such a happy face on a dog!! 

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