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    Default i have a problem

    i can't get motivated to join in with the early planting, mostly cos it's too much effort to go get a bag of compost ....... still haven't pulled up last years plants or spread my home made compost, or actually done anything in preparation ....... just have no interest in it yet

    and everyones starting to talk about gardening again
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    There's me thinking you were going to finally admit you had a full stop fetish!
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    nah ...... that's just cos i can't find the comma button

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    Don't worry about it; play with the chicks and when it warms up you'll get back into it.


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    There'll still be time when the weather's warmer. It's just us lot being impatient Besides, in a few weeks time you'll be able to take your babies into the front garden to help you do the digging!
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    Well, you can join me in starting late It'll make me feel better too

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    yeah i guess they are making me smile at the moment ..... makes up for the rabbit ...... will be really cool when they can come outside and i can teach them to play fetch

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeyWayne View Post
    There's me thinking you were going to finally admit you had a full stop fetish!
    She has............chocolate cake!
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