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Thanks for that, Phyllis. I thought you had moved and were working around yourselves. Much better to do it the way you are doing. Get it right and then move in!! Frustrating when the work takes so long to get done. I'd gladly do a few jobs for a cup of tea and a Kiwi Fruit! LOL Power to both your elbows!! :-))
S'mae John. Thanks, I take it that the kiwi is standing on Twmbarlwm:-) Dear John, Francine, we have not yet moved, Len is still painting, the plumber needs to come back, as does the electrician and the carpet is no nearer than it was last week. The doors are on the pantry, so thats progress! If you could see my house, this one, there are boxes everywhere, and a pile of table linen to be starched [table cloths and napkins] so if you have a few spare hours Francine, you'd be more than welcome. John I have bluebell bulbs and some daffodil to plant too, actually I could find jobs for quite a few people:-))) The tiler came to check up for a splashback, so even though things are moving slowly, they are moving.For those not in the know, the kiwi is actually a Kiwi Fruit, good idea John, there's clever you are..... The Kiwi fruit season has started here, although nowhere near in full swing yet. We have a man at church who works in one of the 'packing sheds' he often brings us big bags of KF seconds, v-e-r-y n-i-c-e, and so say all of of us. right I must away to my bedNos da - Phyllis
Thanks, Francine. I can be "whimsical" at times!! LOL
Love this whimsical one, John. Thanks.[Phyllis, wishing you a lot of joy in your new home.]