4c max today, the place is white outside, wind light, must have been snowing a lot last night.
I had bacon, black pudding, and 4 kipper fillets for brekkie, o/h just had some wheatabix.
The ok came through from the ETC system so the Oz travel stuff is linked to our passports.
For tea i made mushroom vol-au-vents, 9 each, nice.
Got all the trip paperwork put into individual A5 envelopes, makes it easy when we are asked for any details, one envelope still empty, the boarding passes, o/h sorting her dresses to take, we will do mine soon.
Got the eye clinic Friday, and the Foot clinic Monday, i had a go at doing my toe nails, not very well, originally filed big toe as it was catching, my big toe is longer than the rest, a lot of feet are different to that.
I found the baggage scales in one of my wardrobes, need that to weigh luggage.
Mollie, Yes, got quite a shock when the man said the insurance price, and also, they had sent o/h a card for her birthday with 20% off, wow, couldn't believe it.
They just called up our last one we had from 2017 and altered that, took stuff off and added what was new, brill.
All paperwork done now.
Yes, a great idea, it might work, of course it would depend on all sorts of things, like, is he available etc, i could get him down and show him where to plant them, he knows my garden well anyway, very well, and i could give him a set of keys, not a problem, will look into it.
As long as your o/h can get a meal in the pub that will do him fine i assume.
Yes, 5 year old were great, i record all A&E's, watch 1 every night usually about 11pm, the Shipwrecked is very interesting.
Emptybox, Yes, paperwork all done now for the holiday, will try and get 2 months meds in March, won't order the taxi yet.
Yes, Millie's suggestion has got legs, will look into that idea.
I understand what you are saying if you used coal or logs, probably no cost saving, i watch them in Alaska and the amount of logs they chop and use is incredible, one of their biggest chores, getting the dead trees, cutting the logs and axing them to go on the fires.
I doubt if you are allowed to cut a tree up for yourself because it's not your tree, different if it is of course.
I can't remember the last time i saw a chimney sweep, i remember setting ours on fire one day at home when i was little, mind you i set a lot of things alight.
It's still white outside, didn't go out though today.