It's that C (December 25th) word again. These 2 were from a week ago and I was pleased with both items.
Then on Saturday, on the way to visit Col in hospital, I called in at the giant car boot sale and spent £2 on a new doormat for the conservatory, £3 on a basket for kindling wood and £3 on a handbag, but then when I put my stuff in the new bag I discovered the handle was coming loose - b****r!
The visit to the small Antique and Vintage fair ( on the way to visit Colin on Sunday) yielded nothing. In fact it seemed not much more than a glorified car boot sale and it didn't help that there was a sudden downpour and half the stalls were covered up!
Not the most successful of weekends.
And Col said the radish nibblers could also have been ants - I'd forgotten
the problems they used to cause at the smallholding, especially in the
dry soil of the polytunnels. They often spoiled the strawberries too. So
ants, slugs, mice or birds................it's a wonder we get anything
to eat at all. BTW Col is still in hospital, 9 days now, the infection
has been fought off and he should be out in the next day or so.......we