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Post  Karen R on Sat Apr 07, 2012 10:02 am

Morning....

A nice start to the day!
Going to be making my cheesecake later and have also found a recipe for a Bailey's cake!! Going to try that out... so by tomorrow evening, I could be sozzled! We have christmas pud for pudding at lunchtime, Bailey's cheesecake for tea as well as the cake !
Bit of ironing to do and might even swing the Dyson around!
Enjoy your day x
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Re: Easter Saturday

Post  Craftworker on Sat Apr 07, 2012 10:27 am

Good morning Karen - have visions of you at the ironing board swinging the Dyson around your head while ironing Laughing you are certainly having a busy day but you sound like you enjoy doing it. Hope your little girls were good for you yesterday and you got some crafting done. We are going to the garden centre today - for the life of me I can't remember why Embarassed just hope Martin can. Ah ha, just remembered. Had a leaflet through with an advert about patch magic for repairing the burnt areas where bitches have urinated. Having Callie for a week we have several patches so going to try it out.

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Post  Karen R on Sat Apr 07, 2012 11:07 am

If I keep taste testing the Baileys... I could be doing what you suggested!! Dusting at the same time!

Going to have to look into this Patch Magic... Keith mentioned it the other day as our grass is looking a bit worse the wear! Not heard of it before, I know you can get rocks to put in the water, but heard varied reports about them.

Enjoy your trip to the Garden Centre!
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Post  Craftworker on Sat Apr 07, 2012 11:27 am

We used the rocks when we first had the lawn put down last year and they didn't seem to make any difference. Molly started being ill just after so I always worried that they may have caused her kidney problems. The vet didn't think so but it has always been at the back of my mind. They were expensive too and you have to change them frequently and, as I say, they didn't seem to make a difference.

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Post  topgran on Sat Apr 07, 2012 1:28 pm

Morning all. Patch magic is GOOD. If you water it as it says it grows really quickly and easily. I used it last autumn to reseed where the grass had died where a large bush had spread out too far. Got mine in B & Q. think it was a bit cheaper but then it probably would be as I went on a Wednesday (OAP Discount day Laughing ) Not got much planned for this weekend.

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Post  Craftworker on Sat Apr 07, 2012 2:58 pm

This is a special dog spot one Sue but won't do it today as we are now having Callie this evening lol!

Had a nice surprise parcel today. A die I ordered and paid for at the Make it Show which I had forgotten about until yesterday. Was going to phone them and then forgot again so it was nice to find it when we got back from Fleet. Spent too much there and should have filled in the form for 5 spring voucher if you spend 25 but didn't take it with us.

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Re: Easter Saturday

Post  Karen R on Sat Apr 07, 2012 6:45 pm

Now... tell me.... how much is a good slug of Baileys!! A wine glass... half a bottle??? Have just made my cheesecake and if I dont say so myself... its gorgeous - lets just say, you can tell its a Bailey's c/k!!!
Now to make the cake... of course I have to keeps teshting the bootle..jush in cashe its gone offfffff! hic. ..hi c]
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