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    The soup - sorry, broth - is smelling awesome

    Just going to give it a bit longer…

    Meanwhile out there, the full moon has just risen over the buildings opposite, slightly veiled by thin cloud

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    Quote Originally Posted by BR14 View Post
    only one more get up at the crack of dawn this week.
    mind you, Dawn quite enjoys the experience, or so she says
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    Quote Originally Posted by BR14 View Post
    mind you, Dawn quite enjoys the experience, or so she says
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    Realised about 20 mins ago that I'd not had any dinner. The penultimate portion of beef pie is out the freezer and being warmed up with some roasties and veg
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    I actually watched telly this evening. Romesh & Rob do Country Music. Mad tulip.
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    The Scotch broth turned out exceeding nice with a couple of bits of wholemeal bread

    I had some big carrots and other stuff that needed using up, so it's a very thick one this time

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    Dinner was very nice and it prompted me to start thinking about making another pie at some point. I previously used an ale that HWMBO had left in the cupboard but I can't remember what it was.

    Ents were The Repair Shop and Midnight Diner (Netflix).

    It's just started raining.

    The decimation of the local rental market is bringing some interesting properties up. Saw one this evening* that's the same price as mine but bigger and has a more sizable garden. Tempting...



    *online, I didn't actually go there

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    Five more portions of Scotch broth are now packaged and cooling down ahead of their night in the fridge. The several portions of bolognese that were already in the freezer have been repacked in a bag, thereby freeing enough space for the broth tomorrow, particularly if I have a bowl for lunch.

    The recycling has been taken out and the bin trundled.

    And I remembered to change to the autumnal duvet, hopefully leading to a better night's sleep tonight

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    No bin trundling this evening. I had a goodly clear out for Tuesday's collection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoctorStrangelove View Post
    Entertainment:Possibly followed by the 2nd VHS cassette of H2G2.
    And so it was, not quite word perfect on the 2nd cassette, but funny enough in its way.

    Quite sad to think that Stephen Moore is no more, but there you go, tulip happens.

    That tv programme was made in 1981.

    Who'd have thunk it?

    And it's better than the film by quite a few nautical miles.
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