Today I begun the process of reversing something.
It all started here:
So, bit by bit… next stop here:
Not so difficult. Next stop here:
At this point Kate objected, which leaves me here:
Well, I’m here until I grow it all back again. Although I think it makes me look old.
Now, why can’t I grow this on top???
Well, not quite. But one of the largest I’ve come across on this Island.
He was looking for somewhere dry to hang out after a small rain shower. I didn’t realise that he had a key to our place…
All I can say is the Victorians knew how to make nails! I found this while pulling apart some timbers from a victorian era house. 100+ year old nail, that makes it an antique doesn’t it?
We’re in fruit and veg season. This was tonight’s haul ready for pudding!
There’s one main problem with a cordless mouse. It’s cordless. That means you can leave it anywhere and you have no way (i.e. a cord) of finding where you left it. How long did it take me to find mine? 30 minutes. Where was it? Next to the sink of course.
Today the UK has voted to leave the EU. Crazy.
The LA Times sums it up quite well:
“On Thursday British voters wilfully walked off a cliff when they decided to leave the European Union”.
All I can hope is that this will be sorted out by our democratically elected experts (yes, I am referring to the politicians in Westminster) and we won’t leave the EU. This is, after all, a non-binding referendum.
Given how the financial markets have responded, this can’t be a good idea. Can it?
“After shaving in the shower, you must stay in the shower until all the shaving cuts stop bleeding”. I hope you, like me, have a never ending supply of hot water..
What on earth has Kate bought, and why is it being sent through the post??
Redback spiders are nasty. Even though there have been no reported deaths since 1956, I still wouldn’t trade places with this chap.
Having found this I’m starting to wonder if Kate has a secret part time job…