So, who wants to help ... to take refuge in the Cellar?


#9788

Plenty more where that came from, wee birdie.
[Evil larf]
Soo xx


#9789

Oof

Have just got orff the 'phone - BiL again

He’s going away tomorrow, so the nerves are kicking in

I bought some shoeboots from Clarks’ Sale, & collected them this afternoon. All Clarks Shoesies have double-barrelled names this year, & these are called ‘Denny Frances’

£35 instead of £70, & lovely soft leather

I think that calls for a Slammer or 3

Carinthia.xx


#9790

I like Clarke’s shoesies

I have a denim skirt that just needs a button and a hem to finish it off

That Simplicity pattern made 5 inches longer than it is made

Tailors chalk is a good tool for adding to a pattern isn’t it?


#9791

The styles are much more attractive this year than for the last 2 years, Twellsy

Lastyear I picked out 3 pairs which looked great online, & when I went to the shop to see them ‘in the flesh’ & try them on, they were heavy & awful

Well done with the skirt

Carinthia.xx


#9792

Well done on the garment-fettling, Twellsy

'S a bluddy good tool for drawing on the carpet with, too. Getting a reminiscent glow on the bottom along with the memory. Most unfair: as I recall, it wasn’t even an inverted pentagram.


#9793

[Brandishity] [Brandishity] delicious cavolo nero

[escapity in a cloud of quinoa] I’ve never had quinoa. But I have seen Star Wars.


#9794

All depends where you look at it from, dunnit?

And do you regard an elder sign as more like a star or more like a tree?


#9795

Leave me a portion of cavalo Nero please

I love it

Dear chatelaine I even zigzagged the raw edged of seams like a diligent trainee sew

Er

Ummm person who sews things


#9796

Not very treeish if one’s mental tree-pattern is local deciduous chappies. But to me the elder sign is Extra Points. Paddy Power got into trouble about that, as I recall


#9797

seamsperson, dearie? (needle optional)

Cavolo nero is off for the moment as I inadvertently et it all, but I shall earmark a portion of the next wodge for you. How do you like it done?


#9798

I like to shred and fry it with sliced chilli and garlic


#9799

Oh. I was envisioning an outline…


#9800

We do not talk about my twin, joe. Ever.


#9801

The Council in the county town were crook last year

They had rainbow chard as a bedding plant

The cruel Bull would not let me do my veg acquiring from the council flower beds


#9802

What twin?


#9803

Sssshhh Joe

Some folks have siblings they would rather not have

I know I have


#9804

Looking a lot like Twellsy right now:

Separated at birth, clearly. Hence her still being here to delight us.

It’s the other twin we don’t talk about. Triplet is such an ugly word, don’t you think?


#9805

Grey skies, recent rain, gurt fat pigeon sitting on the roof-tree. Oi!

yardarm


#9806

Morning all

Shopping day with my lovely Dutch rehab assistant so I am currently failing to menu plan!


#9807

Definitely calls for a slammer; very you, dahlink. Congratulations on a bargain.