Sincere apologies from Fiona and myself for our absence from the forum for almost two weeks.
Sometimes real life does not permit very much free time to do what you would like to, even at weekends. I really miss daily contact with everybody on here. I love this forum and all the buzz, fun, genuinely useful tips and the inevitable wind-ups.
I came back on here this evening and spent two hours reading new comments but I am not even half way through all the updates.
I think there may be one or two controversial issues that I have not caught up with yet (maybe of my own making!) but never mind. A little bit of excitement and controversy makes the world go round.
Thank you, Toffeeapple for your brilliant use of your Spanner / Prodder, welcoming messages for newcomers and for keeping the old timers in order (mostly) - (I can already hear shrieks of "who are you calling old timers, Danny not-boy").
Never knowingly underfed
I had been missing the wind ups caused by you Danny. Glad you got the time to do some reading
You will all have to behave now the boss is back, i have tryed to keep them in order.
And a valiant job you did too Mutley
Ha Ha the other way around.
I missed this place ToffeeApple 🙂
Thankfully I was staying with some lovely friends and got to talk bread making and other food stuff with the lady of the house. She made some tasty lightly steamed young cabbage from her cold frame too - with a sprinkling of flax oil and garlic. And she made bread 3 out of 4 days =:-O I was in awe.
Thank you all for your supportive responses.
The rule of thumb is "Always blame Mutley for any problems". That way, he will respond with a genius design for a solar central heating system made from empty tins and Coke cans that will occupy your minds for a bit, while I can escape to the Bahamas (or even 10 miles down the road to Bury St Edumnds).
Shereen - oh blow - you were so close to us. We would love to have met up for a cup of tea if only we had known in advance.
Maybe just as well because the house is in turmoil at the moment. Trays of seedlings on every available surface. Fiona counted over 1,000 plantlets that she needs to water daily. I just hope that the "flowers on the gateside stand" project is successful.
Never knowingly underfed
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