Susan asked ........................ I'm coming in late with a question but I wondered what you thought of "The Dig" Netflix film. I was nervous about how the Suffolk dialect would be presented. I thought Ralph Fiennes managed well.
Betty asked ............which room in any/all of your homes (past or future) will be the most important to you and make you feel the most that it is 'home'.
ANSWER - Once I get my things into the kitchen and living room then I soon feel at home everywhere I've lived
Jeannie and Pauline asked.........If one was coming to visit Suffolk, what would be some of the places or things we'd be sure to see?
ANSWER - Bury St Edmunds for the Cathedral and remains of the Abbey. The large church at Blythburgh- one of the favourites I've visited so far along with the tiny church at Thornham Parva. Framlingham Castle. RSPB reserve at Minsmere. Thorpeness for the quirky houses and the mere. Christchurch Mansion and park in Ipswich........ that's just for a start!
FB asked.......I have some questions, hope it’s OK to ask. 1. What are you most looking forward to in your new home? 2. Do you have any plans for changes/alterations to the new place? 3. Will you have time to grow some fruit and veg for the new season?
1. Just getting in and getting unpacked to start with, I seem to have been twiddling my thumbs for weeks.
2.Probably yes - There are some patio doors that would be better as a window. And perhaps a door put in somewhere else. Might have a new kitchen too at some time
3.The first thing I want to do is to get a greenhouse, then find someone to make me some vegetable beds, so not sure about this year. But anyway I need to work out the best places for the veg.beds.
EM Griffith asked .........Will I have a cutting garden?
Quick Answer- No..........No spare room........... but I've decided to treat myself to a bunch of flowers much more often.
Back Tomorrow if I can think of something to write now all the questions are answered