Originally Posted by ~Sweet Pea~:
Good morning
A lovely day here, I hope it's the start of the mini heat wave we have been promised.

I've had a restless night, my runny nose continues on. I got up for a bit at 6am to take some tablets.
Hopefully a good rest today and some fresh air later will help

I hope you all slept well

I hope you begin to feel better today Sweet and enjoy your day off

Good morning everyone, looks like it's going to be a lovely time.  I hope your jalfrezi will finally get rid of that cold Summer, enjoy your day off and I hope that by this evening you will be feeling better.

 

Off to lunch with a group of friends later, a lot to do before then so I hope everyone gets some lovely sunshine today, especially Yogi and that your day is great

Originally Posted by ~Sweet Pea~:
I love the smell of cut grass
Feel free to do ours too while you have the mower out El

I enjoyed my fresh air, it's quite warm outside.
You won't believe what I have discovered though- we have a wasps nest outside the bedroom window they're going in to our brickwork through a small air vent thingee

Me too Sweet

*coughs* i'm first in line Sweet *coughs*

 

When the council modernized out house many many years. They removed a pipe from the porch above our front door. They neglected to fill the hole up. Last year or the year before, I noticed a few wasps going in and out of this hole. Reported it to the council. They came sprayed stuff in there and killed them all. About a month to six weeks later they came and filled the hole up

Originally Posted by moonie:
Originally Posted by ~Sweet Pea~:
I wonder why I echoed I don't time travel..!

I think calling the council is the plan, I'm guessing they have special fumigation products?
Is it expensive?

Who said that?

Mine was done for nothing Sweet

I don't know if its just our council that doesn't charge

Could be different for people who live in council houses?

 

Originally Posted by El Loro:
Originally Posted by moonie:
Originally Posted by ~Sweet Pea~:
I wonder why I echoed I don't time travel..!

I think calling the council is the plan, I'm guessing they have special fumigation products?
Is it expensive?

Who said that?

Mine was done for nothing Sweet

I don't know if its just our council that doesn't charge

Could be different for people who live in council houses?

 

That's a good point El

Good morning everyone, another lovely morning.  Summer I hope your cold is on its way out now.

 

About the wasps, if it's any comfort we once had a wasps nest one summer which freaked out the lady next door but the wasps used to come and go and didn't seem to bother us so we just ignored them and they didn't come back the following summer.  I know they are a nuisance but in my experience they only get dangerous towards the end of the summer when they seem to get irritated and inclined to sting just for the sake of it.

 

What's the forecast for next week then EL - or is it so bad you are frightened to tell us?

 

Enjoy your day everyone.

Squiggle, it's a return to showers or longer periods of rain for days Next Wednesday is looking very wet (16mm of rain currently being forecast) and I'm having to make my return visit to Hereford that day. I'll go a different route this time as the shorter route has very sharp bends and I don't want to be driving round sharp bends in pouring rain.

Oh well EL we will just have to make the most of the lovely weather this week.  I am torn because of course I am keen for my new plants to survive and I know rain will help with that.  This lovely weather has been great though.  I am sure you are right about taking a different route, you don't want to be having to cope with lots of sharp bends in the pouring rain.

Squiggle, it's a beautiful picture. I know the canyons there can be spectacular reds and oranges but purple

 

The bus station in Gloucester is to be replaced and the general area around it improved.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-e...cestershire-27409409

About time to as it's a bit of an eyesore and doesn't give a favourable impression of people coming to Gloucester.

There's going to be an archaelogical dig there. I don't know what they will find - Gloucester is a very old place and they could find some interesting things.

 

I'm old enough to remember that part of Gloucester is where the cattle market used to be - that's why it's known as Oxbode.

How interesting EL, I haven't heard much about the Roman city of Glevum so it will be fascinating to see what they discover.

 

Moonie where on earth are finding all this washing from?