A farmers toast!

Let the wealthy and great, Roll in splendour and state, I envy them not i declare it, I eat my own lamb, My chickens and ham, I shear my own fleece and i wear it, I have lawns,I have bowers, I have fruits,I have flowers, The lark is my morning alarmer, So joyful boy's now, Here's god speed the plough, Long life and success to the farmer!!

Wednesday, May 9, 2007

shopping and no caravan.

Sorrel and i went to wrexham "girly shopping"..we called in at afonwen on the way just by elizabethm [ not a good day to call]....And it was there i suddenly noticed my little girl is a beautiful confident young woman!! when did it happen?? it's like i blinked and the child has gone ! ! and i missed her! but in her place is a friend a soulmate on a different level to before and i'm full of pride but i'm also sad for the passing of years and the fact that my mum who she is so like will never see her! .. this is maudlin i know sorry....
Well its rained "thank you all for sending it my way" and tatty your moat will just have to wait if i can't have one no one can!!
My necks not stuck yipeeee!!!!!!
Bought myself a head massager today ohhhh its blissss what a brilliant simple idea...
we spent ages in Primark, and spent lots " in aue natrel"...
One very disapointing thing the man with the turquoise caravan has changed his mind and isn't selling it hhhmmm , another will come along though maybe not quilted...sob..
One good thing 120 pieces of cutlery to do mobiles with......
I'm desperatly trying to fill the lime plaster course and the dowsing course at the moment toady or i'll have to cancell the teachers, you'd think it would be so easy to coordinate 12 people for one day???? but not so..xxoo.


  1. Know what you mean about little girls growing up. Mine's 25 this year and she's turned into a great adult, but I mourn the passing of the child years. Tough about the caravan but I'm sure another will turn up. Glad you got your rain. We've had it all day and I'm starting to get just a bit cheesed off now.

  2. Hey, Jo, as an old maid I have no idea really what it would be like to have a lovely daughter like yours, but WOW, am I glad that you do have that lovely daughter. She is a lucky young woman, indeed!
    It's getting late here, so won't write more, or deeper, bits, but just wanted to let you know that what you wrote touched some withered old nerve in me. See you soon. xo