Things That Gladden The Heart

Fade and Die

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I’m sure if Paul had given him some and it had given him the trots he wouldn’t give it to him again. It’s just common sense.

Reminds me of years ago when my mum looked after our Staff while we went away for the weekend (before grandkids so she used to spoil him) when I got back and asked how was he? She said “I think he’s allergic to pancake rolls, he ate two and he’s made a right mess of the garden” 😂😂😂(🥲 miss her)
 

Hobbit

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When people on the internet twist trying to make sure a dog is ok into a bad thing.
Was this another of your general “you’s”?

Seriously, there’s occasions you need to go back 24 hrs later and read what you’ve posted. Like LP, you’re not the font of all knowledge nor the forum’s moral compass. I appreciate you have different views but you’re so nasty so often people actually miss the gems you post because they’ve already thought, “oh it’s him again.”

Your choice Mark but if you want to be taken seriously, change your delivery.
 

williamalex1

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Made a parsley sauce using herbs from the garden, wow 😮
I love having the herb garden, it's constantly making me think of new things to cook with proceeds 😂
This year for the 1st time we tried growing Tomatoes, Strawberries and Peppers.
Strawberries were small but perfectly formed and nice sweet and tasty :love:.
Tomatoes are slightly smaller than a golf ball but sadly still green :cry: .
Peppers are just about pea size, not holding out much hope for them :cry:
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Next year I hope start slightly earlier, using a small portable green house or covering protection from the unpredictable Scottish weather :whistle:.
 

Slime

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This year for the 1st time we tried growing Tomatoes, Strawberries and Peppers.
Strawberries were small but perfectly formed and nice sweet and tasty :love:.
Tomatoes are slightly smaller than a golf ball and still green :cry: .
Peppers are just about pea size, not holding out much hope for them :cry:
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Next year I hope start slightly earlier, using a small portable green house or covering protection from the unpredictable Scottish weather :whistle:.
Have you tried growing sprouts?
 
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