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!!

Friday, June 6, 2008

Phewwwwwww........I like being busy...... My brain seems to function better everythings clear and simple, and no problem to BIG to overcome ...... I feel 10ft tall and get the urge to stand up on a large rock and shout " Come on" bring it on....... and if this feeling could last i'd rule the world!! a bit like the artichoke above thats taking over the polytunnel!!
Enough of my adrenalin rush.
I should really be working but the anticipation of the utter boredom of sitting in that glass box in Towyn again as made me wilt. it's purgatory when you've got a rack of stuff to do to sit there and watch the zombies feed their money into the machines...it's another world...And i'm in it all weekend argghhhhhhh.
Cols staying in holyhead to push on with the renovation of jakes property so sorrel can open her shop. but she needs a living accomadation as well as a shop and seeing as there are no floors in this place and a very leaky roof and pidgeons on nests!! theres quite a lot to do.

I get the keys on the 11th for my place and i think i'll be open the following week. fingers crossed.
one thing bothers me and i'm sure it would a few of you. it used to be a pet shop you know the type that sells "snakes and tarantulas" well what if any of the spider s live there !!!! or if there are eggs and nests "" yikes {{{shudder}}}} the hairs are creeping on my neck thinking about it. I think i may have it fumigated or something just in case..

I'm off out side now to do one of those jobs you don't dare do when the men are around because they'd want to tell you how....
Dentist 3.30 arcade 6pm -midnight ohhhhhhhh what utter bliss.


  1. Bloody Nora, Bodran!! You've made the hairs on the back of my neck stand on end now. I could think of nothing worse than having a tarrantula (sorry about spelling) climbing up my drain pipes whilst I'm serving a customer. To be honest, I'd rather find a snake.

    Good luck with all though!
    CJ xx

  2. Busy is good - you're right it really gets the adrenalin going. Sounds as if the whole family is busy too.

    Wonderful artichoke - do you eat them or just enjoy the foliage?

    Shall think of you in your glass box.

  3. Actually, that's a really unpleasant thought. May your shop opening be creepy crawly free. Sorry to hear about your horse.

  4. Best of luck with the shop. Don't worry abou the spiders, the snakes will have eaten them all up...Yikes! Sorry.

  5. Yes, ms B just banish those thought of of slithering, or creeping critters. Start focusing on the two-legged customers who will fortunate to come upon your shop, and benefit from your truly wonderful sense of taste.

    Success is coming to your door.
    (Hoping that you will chose a name for the shop that connects to trees!)


  6. /X\(oo)/X\


    great to hear you are doing so well, and sorry to hear about Merry.

    Best Wishes and be lucky,

    Zoë xx

  7. eeeewww, have suddenly gone off the idea of visiting your shop!

  8. Your website does not appear to be functioning, I am interested in details of your courses what you do, when and how much, could you send me details by post?

    Granny Rabbit

  9. I no longer do courses sorry, and i took the website down...Zoe all these monthes later and i've only just noticed that evil spider ..lol