- Him Outside had the second stent done with no problems and is feeling very well.
- We earned enough money to cover everything for next month (here is our budget)
- Some money has been put into the ISAs for winter.
- The campsite continued to be busy
- Lots of lovely weather
- We spent less than we had allocated
- Food spending was well under budget
- From the garden we had aubergines, tomatoes, cucumbers, courgettes, runner beans, cauliflower, potatoes, onions, cabbage, peppers, beetroot, lettuce, radish. So..................
- We were almost self sufficient for vegetables - spending just £1 on carrots and a punnet of yellow ticket cress.
- From the garden we had plums, greengages, autumn raspberries,figs, pears, cooking apples and the first eating apples.So....................
- We were almost self sufficient for fruit - 4 punnets of nectarines and a few apples early in the month were all that we bought .
- Lots of lovely library books again
- A nice big cheque for the field rolling job
- We spent a few hours sitting on the beach and listening to the waves.
- We came home from the coast via Sainsburys and found some reduced meat, value bacon and very cheap engine oil.
- 3 Really big bargain buys- His work boots for £6, 5 Epson ink cartridges for £10 and a pair of almost new Crocs for £3.
- Lots of chutney and relish has been made.Plans in hand for more.
- We have a huge tree full of Bramley apples, lots of Squash and several pumpkins to sell.
- New chickens are looking well and have started laying.
- We went to the Suffolk Smallholders AGM and met up with folk we haven't seen in a while.
- Thanks to the blog we have a new writer for the Penny Pincher letter writing group that I belong to.
Monday, 30 September 2013
Review of the month - Looking Back at September
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