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I had a potter round the garden and tidied it up a bit, said goodbye to my old animal pen, after 15 years, 5 rabbits and 12 piggies it's been dismantled and scrapped. The panels stopping dogs from seeing the animals on the lawn has been removed and the path cleared of weeds, looks quite bare now!
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BossHogg wrote:
Mon Mar 30, 2020 4:17 pm
I had a potter round the garden and tidied it up a bit, said goodbye to my old animal pen, after 15 years, 5 rabbits and 12 piggies it's been dismantled and scrapped. The panels stopping dogs from seeing the animals on the lawn has been removed and the path cleared of weeds, looks quite bare now!
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You’re not having any more rabbits or guinea pigs then?
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Oh and your bird feeders need refilled and your fencing painted. :P
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Si isn't isolated with me so pretty frustrated and miss him like mad

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But the house us tidy and I'm losing weight and toning up.Planking every day and not eating crap.Gonna be a goddess when I am out and about.Did cut the ends of my hair cos they were doing my head in and my roots are gonna be atrocious but neverind

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madgranny wrote:
Mon Mar 30, 2020 5:57 pm
Si isn't isolated with me so pretty frustrated and miss him like mad
We have a saying here. A crisis is the mother of inventions. You can try new ways to connect with him

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madgranny wrote:
Mon Mar 30, 2020 5:57 pm
Si isn't isolated with me so pretty frustrated and miss him like mad
I’m sure you’re finding ways to satisfy your needs. :twist:
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madgranny wrote:
Mon Mar 30, 2020 5:59 pm
But the house us tidy and I'm losing weight and toning up.Planking every day and not eating crap.Gonna be a goddess when I am out and about.Did cut the ends of my hair cos they were doing my head in and my roots are gonna be atrocious but neverind
Be sure to share any pics of the new look. :twist:
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TangoOscar31 wrote:
Mon Mar 30, 2020 4:32 pm
You’re not having any more rabbits or guinea pigs then?
I've still got 2 guinea pigs left, but they're over 6 so won't have them much longer. I bought a smaller powder coated metal pen, I can't paint the dividing fence, it's not mine, not worth painting the bottom fence until it's repaired as it was damaged in the last storm and I can't refill the feeders until I get to the pet shop. I get fresh shavings and hay for the pigs tomorrow and pick up a large tub of fat balls at the same time. 👍
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BossHogg wrote:
Mon Mar 30, 2020 4:17 pm
I had a potter round the garden and tidied it up a bit, said goodbye to my old animal pen, after 15 years, 5 rabbits and 12 piggies it's been dismantled and scrapped. The panels stopping dogs from seeing the animals on the lawn has been removed and the path cleared of weeds, looks quite bare now!
That’s very productive! Nice tidy garden 👍🏻
Aside from still working, all I’ve done is watched Life on Mars and Ashes to Ashes, while half-heartedly attempting to finish an essay which is taking me longer thank I care to admit.
I can’t be dealing with being stuck indoors ☹️ How do people live like this?

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