Sunday, February 06, 2005

Spud-U-Like Sunday Tip Challenge.


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Originally uploaded by wastedpapiers.
Not really. But we did clear some junk from the shed you'll be pleased to know, and Hazel took two loads to the tip. We wanted to go out but Archie still looking very pale and not 100% so we stayed in to do odd jobs around the house - which mostly involved traipsing mud from the garden to the inside. The slot machines of the Candle Workshops will have to wait until next week. It's amazing how much junk one collects over the years and today we found heaps of buggy wood and crusty tins of paint. Some wicker baskets of electric plugs and sockets, A plastic rocking horse. 3 bags of flowerpots. 2 sheets of ply and a cartridge in a bare tray.

8 comments:

Jonathan said...

Be careful... you'll be buying that same plastic rocking horse at the charity shop next week...

michael said...

You're probably right Jonathan! Though we have been pretty good at getting rid of stuff lately and outgoings seem to outweigh the incomings so far this year.

swapatorium said...

It's nice to get rid of things that serve no purpose and take up space. John needs to follow that rule at our house!

michael said...

Very few things have an obvious purpose but you always have a sneaking suspicion that some object may come in useful at a later date if only it's kept long enough!

Syl said...

uh huh...just wait til the 12th day...you'll be needing that cartridge in a bare tray! And bunny...can just see her eye-balling the new conservatory then her pen...back and forth. Better save the plywood for bunny's new condo!

Roger Stevens said...

We actually have around thirty sheds. They're all in the back garden. I tried to tidy them up last summer but all I managed to do was to move them from the back to the front garden.

michael said...

The trouble with having a vivid imagination is that I can see you moving all those multi-coloured and multi-faceted sheds on your little barrow. I think you should help Jilly pull the barrow though, no wonder she has a bad back!

Roger Stevens said...

It was hard work, I have to say.