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Saturday, 8 May 2021

Not sure whether I...

am still here or not?

Not sure whether I even want to be or not?  

Imagine the scene, my lovely mum was head over heels with a guy who was she decided the love of her life.  Until that fateful day he called to take her out standing on the front porch wearing a bowler hat.  Yes, you read that right a bowler hat.


Love died as she opened the door.  

That’s the way I feel about blogging at the moment.

Added to which I find I can no longer comment on mine or other peoples’ blogs.

18 comments:

  1. I'm a technophobe so have no idea how to remedy your inability to comment on your own or others' blogs. However, I am so pleased to 'see' you posting again and hope that you get back your blogging mojo. My own blog has been suffering because of me obeying the rules and staying at home - absolutely nothing to write about or photograph. Have you been busy in that 'No Dig' allotment? Any photos of that, please? (If you can't comment, it will at least be food for thought for your next post (?)

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    1. It only went and ruddy well worked! So much has happened, is happening, I don’t know where to start...

      LX

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  2. Lovely to hear from you again! Are you all keeping well?
    I hope you do find a way to keep blogging. Hugs x

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    1. Yes, I am well thank you Beacee. The blogging worm is awakening like Sleeping Ugly, just waiting for a frog to come along and plant a wet sloppy kiss...

      LX

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  3. I was wondering how you were xx

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    1. I am really fine I just for some reason couldn’t be bothered with blogs to write or to read. Weird I know! I do feel the old me is slowly coming to.

      LX

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  4. Good to see you back….and good to see a mention of ‘your mum’
    Take care
    Cathy

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    1. My real mum died in 1971. I sort of adopted Audrey, who is still here... just!

      LX

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  5. Hello, hello. All of the above, and how is the allotment?

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    1. Thanks Joanne, it is sort of nice to be back... I think? The allotment is my latest love, just glad it isn’t a man!

      LX

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  6. The above one seems to be wandering round people's blogs! Just seen it on Tom's

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    1. ...together with yours Rae! I got carried away seeing so many that I mistakenly spiked you Rae, hope you didn’t feel it all that way away?

      LX

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    2. Didn't feel a thing - no problem, no pain - just glad you're doing okay. Skewered? Weird? Normal? Whose to say what is acceptable anymore? I say just be what you are - no pretending. It's like a breath of fresh air!!

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  7. Rae, why I should give you a boost heaven knows? Thank you anyway. I no doubt I will return with my skewered take in life...

    LX

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  8. Great to have you back.....made me laugh about the bowler! He probably thought he was the bees knees!
    How is the allotment coming along. Have you got lots of stuff growing? I have got 8 tomato plants just popped up from seed...just the 2 seed leaves so far! Runner beans not showing their heads from the 5 pots they are in. Hoping that the warmer weather will help. Had to bring the tomato seeds inside to get them going!

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    1. The allotment is going well, I am really enjoying tilling the soil. Onions, beetroot, leeks, sweet peas are growing, slow with this cold weather though. Potatoes too, carrots and lots of wildflowers. Tomato plants are still in the greenhouse. I just can’t wait for the warmer weather.

      LX

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allotment.  A flavour…   Ludlow town wall stands guard    No Dig is the way forward Charles Dowding