Heavy rain overnight and rain this morning. It did brighten up late afternoon, but everything was sodden, so I didn't go out.
At least things are looking a lot greener again I suppose.
Still reasonably warm, but only in the high teens.
Hicky. I like Sainsburys Black puddings. I get the ready sliced ones on a tray.
That's strange that the delivery driver isn't allowed to be early?
Pity to give up cake making now. But i guess you've had quite a few failures?
Glad the new knife is just the job for your bread slicer gadget.
Yes, the greenhouse sections will give you something to do.
I see on the News that the hosepipe ban that they are bringing in next month will include Liverpool. Will that have any impact on your watering system do you think.
Certainly for a holiday let, then the landlord or letting agency would take care of the garden. If they were letting for longer periods then it would depend on the type of lease I suppose. my own landlady has no responsibility for the garden here. I can do what I like in it.
The farm does cut the back of the hedge on the field side, but i have to do my side.
Mollie. That's exciting that you were involved as an extra for your son's film. Wonder if we'll ever be able to see it?
Interesting that it took 2 hours to film a sequence that'll only last a few seconds in the film.
Yes, the gardener is the last concern when working out all the details of the house sale, but if they want me to continue I'll need to have the details of who I'm dealing with. They'll probably also have to give me a key to the garage, if they want me to continue to use the ride-on mower.
The old client still owes me for about 6 weeks work, so I'll have to send a final bill to him I guess.
I suppose as long as you've picked up a few words of Welsh over the years, that isn't bad. Does it get spoken when you visit your OH's family in North Wales?
Watched 'Inside the factory' on BBC2, about coffee production. The the thing about Facebook on CH4.