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Crystal wrote:
Thu Mar 26, 2020 11:57 pm
Up very early and at Bricodepot for 8.30 to collect building materials - OH can't go out to work for others, so now he can get all the jobs he has started at home finished!
I could not order paint or wood from brico depot. I am sure it's not me I do not think you can get then on the drive.
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I'll be grass cutting once the frost has gone.

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Getting together with some friends to lauch a big fund raiser for Aminals when lock down is over - we will be ready and out there :D :D (when I say getting together - it is all over the phone or internet - stay safe X
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Using Zoom for a prayer meeting.

Then "going to church" on YouTube:
Same old nonsense.

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Sitting in the kitchen fretting as we have run out of Pan Chocolate it's a disaster.

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Mike wrote:
Sun Mar 29, 2020 1:51 pm
Sitting in the kitchen fretting as we have run out of Pan Chocolate it's a disaster.
:lol: :lol:

https://sallysbakingaddiction.com/homem ... roissants/
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Sitting here freezing with a hot water bottle stuffed under my jumper. Keep getting up to run my fingers under the hot tap.
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Blowing a freezing north wind hooley here this morning.
Just rescued one of the huge (250M2) black plastic tarps that have been keeping our vegie patch clear of weeds for at least a couple of years.
It's been in place through all the gales we've experienced but just decided to 'take off' shedding lots of car tyres & rocks that had been holding it down.
Frightened the hell out of the horses :shock:

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All calm here, they had to work hard to get used to the confinement but they seem to have got used to it now, especially Bill.
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Are you keeping Bill in, then? That's a good idea, since given the missed vets appointment he'd be likely to roam ;)
Same old nonsense.

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