Lot to learn
Haven't stopped laughing yet Ann & can scarcely see for tears!
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Gaynor, Sorry to hijack your thread--any sign of Titch lately?! Nigel and Wendy, that's probably sufficient regarding the 'interesting times' curse-- thanks! Of course, I could have googled it myself, but I've been busy corresponding with friends and relatives, some of whom I haven't been in contact with for far too long and getting updates about the virus where they are. As my father used to say, 'Things are tough all over' although he did say that in completely opposite circumstances, namely when someone complained about some extremely minor and unimportant thing. If only. Wendy, Glad to hear I brightened your day but I hope you didn't crash into anything due to being blinded by tears! Always best to stay in one spot when weeping. Also hope you've stocked up on tissues for the foreseeable future in the event I remember any other curses--lol! Speaking of veg, Mr GB planted radishes yesterday, outside, in a proper veg plot (if you were wondering!) Also a few other veg seeds and a few fruit bushes so by the summer we'll have fresh food from the garden!
Lol Ann, fortunately was sat-sitting (as opposed to stood-standing) at the time so no midnight trips to A&E required (TLL)
Just about to start off two types of tomato seeds in those marvellous little expanding pellets ... fascinates me still!
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