I intend to get a lot of use out of it Mouse, and I didn't pay full price either
The moral of the story being never turn your back whilst playing poker with a clever cat?Love that dress Caz
Friends staying over. It was lovely to see them, but it was boiling hot in the bedroom (ooh er missus) with the door closed.. Still, on the plus side there's a loaf of bread rising nicely in time for when they wake up, and the ironing's done.
Toast and jam for brekkies. Tea here.
Morning. I was supposed to get down the pool early but I had a late night so over slept this morning.
Morning. Beautiful dress Caz, just can't get the image of Mr Puffy wearing it out of my head.
I should be running and then marshalling at a x-country event today. Norty small.
I'm bunged up with a cold today so that's my excuse for not getting out there. But for that the weather wouldn't be putting me off at all.
I've got four blown light bulbs in my house. I've discovered that they are of three different types. I'm glad I checked before going to the shops
We have a box of various ones, but never the one that is needed. Oh and also a box of freebies sent by the power company, which look horrible.
The bloke who owned this house was a DIYer of the waste-not-want-not persuasion. Or more to the point of a fix-it-and-bodge it persuasion. Why use one sort of screw on a door hinge when you can use several differnt types, or just bang in a couple of nails if you CBA?Apparently he's now semi retired and is doing property maintenance for a living
Bloke who owned this house was a plumber, it's amazing the amount of copper pipe he used for random things.
In the house that I still technically own, the previous occupant was an electrician. Why light your hall, stairs and landing with one light when you can use 18. There are 22 lights in the bedroon, 12 in the lounge and we had a 6 button remote control unit for the garden lights.
Our (rented) house is lacking plug points. We have a rather complex network of extension cables in situ, and they're working reasonably well
Bodgers is terrible things.
Good morning Mundanies *waves* Hope you all have a sparkly week.
Morning. The sunshine on the frost is making it all sparkly here.
The previous owners of our last house liked to write the completion date on any jobs they'd done. They also liked to note the weather conditions for that day and in some rooms the current news story was found under the wall paper. 'Do NOT try papering this room with 4 rolls' was found in the smallest bedroom. We never knew what we were going to uncover next!
Morning all - the previous owners of our home were all vertically challenged (the dad being about 5'1" and the mum in the region of 4'10") - all the windows upstairs are velux!! We wondered if they ever got them opened!!
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