Mr L has been making the front room floor safe again, by filling in the holes that he made when the partition walls came down. He ran out of concrete of course, but we were saved by Mr & Mrs [url=http://www.blipfoto.com/spinninggill]SpinningGill[/url]. A quick trip to Hillside for further supplies meant that we could come home and finish the job. Well, he could, me, I have been back-blipping my way through 2004. I stopped when I reached one of my favourite images ([url=http://www.blipfoto.com/plumbum-2004-12-26]Boxing Day 2004[/url]) and now it is time to go feed the worker. Thai Red Curry today – I have raw prawns. There will be some stir-fry veg to go with that and rice with coriander and spring onions. Yum.
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