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    Nice But Dim

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    Morning all

    Bloody windy out.

    Coffee brewing.

    Dog is fast asleep under my desk, and show no signs of moving in the foreseeable future.
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    It's raining.

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    Hammering down.
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    Dog walked.
    Rain cloud passed by very fast, putting a few drops on the windows, but not enough to make a difference.
    Back to blue skies.
    Bread now rising in tins. (Fresh yeast wholemeal recipe, it only takes 4 hours end to end)

    Now to cut the grass and other stuff.
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    Afternoon denizens

    Quite cloudy out, and very windy

    No rain though, or at least not yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WTFH View Post
    Dog walked.
    Rain cloud passed by very fast, putting a few drops on the windows, but not enough to make a difference.
    Back to blue skies.
    Bread now rising in tins. (Fresh yeast wholemeal recipe, it only takes 4 hours end to end)

    Now to cut the grass and other stuff.
    Grass not cut.

    Hail storm for 5 mins, then blue skies, then rain. Dog trembling beside me, which probably means there’s thunder writhing 50 miles of here.

    Bread in oven.
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    Wind still windy. No sign of rain. (Other forms of precipitation are available)

    Found we have a new permanent resident in the garden. A large frog living inside the Otter based water feature we inherited when we bought the house. Found him after going to empty it out with a view to moving it. Cleaned it out and refilled with water and left him to it instead.

    Dog still under my desk, but now chewing on the bone from a small leg of lamb, the meaty bits of which have been removed and diced to make a spiced lamb stew later.

    Waiting for aubergines and peppers to cool after roasting so they can be peeled and prepped to go with it.

    Lunch has been a thick sliced bacon sandwich with ketchup.

    Cup of tea and a sit down for a bit.

    Son wants a new laptop for his birthday, the 10 year old Mac Book Pro I gave him a few years back is finally dying.
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    Afternoon all

    We all went to bed about 2 am in the end. Many more cocktails were imbibed, with child friendly alternatives made.

    Finally surfaced about 12 ish wherein the eldest finished off the bagels they had been making and HWMBO prepped a load of salmon and other accompaniments. I had sausage in my bagel as I don't like salmon.

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    Lunch: lentil <pfffft> soup found a far distance down in the freezer, been there a while, with the last couple of (stale) slices of Morrisons multiseed bread, corner yog thing, pippy & red, bramble jelly sandwich on Morrisons wholemeal sunflower seed and spelt bread (bought the same time as the multiseed but lasts much longer), 0.91 pints of good Glengettie tea.

    It's 21 deg in here at the moment but it still feels cold due to the draught coming down the chimney.

    I suppose I'd better start cooking the bol if that's wot I'm having for tea.
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    Short go on the exercise bike; I’ll go for a walk this evening to make up the time.

    More importantly: sausage rolls are in the oven, and should be ready in a few minutes

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    Quote Originally Posted by NickFitz View Post
    More importantly: sausage rolls are in the oven, and should be ready in a few minutes
    And very nice they are

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