Here you are, folks.....on you go!
Glad he's feeling a bit better, Hazel....antibiotics usually take around 3 days to 'kick in'. Now he can get the troublesome tooth removed, or something less drastic!
I'd better get a slow wriggle on.....not overdoing it today though!
Morning everyone - just in time. It is sleety rainy hideous here. No chance whatsoever of getting outside in the garden. Take care of that scatic nerve M-U - not pleasant.
Glad your OH's pain is receding now - its been a long time that, so I can only imagine how miserable it has been for him.
Waiting for football to start so as I get into garden. Three matches this afternoon
Take it easy M-U. Mr woodpecker coming every morning now no doubt Mrs will be there too.
Hi ya'll found you!
Stopped hissing down and the sun has peeked through some big black clouds.
That went off before I'd finished and I can't remember what else I was about to say! it's like going to the top of the stairs and wondering why you went up there
See you later peeps x
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I have left off my new gardening gear from that South American River company in favour of the following as my garden is underwater with all this sleety, rain:
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LB you must be sick to the back teeth of all this rain you're getting....it seems to have gone on relentlessly for months now. It's sickening, when all you want is a few days in the garden. It's so frustrating. When's it going to stop? Can you get anything going in the greenhouse?
In for a coffee. Have done an hour of gardening from a chair -----moving it round to all the pots:- weeded them, tidied up heucheras and cut back some perennial stuff Pruned one of the clematis and will do more 'stand up' jobs after cof. Kneel down work tomorrow, weather permitting. NOT rushing at it even though so much to do. The grass is sodden after so much rain
Hello all, just to keep my foot in the door.