Something odd happening over on the followers pictures yesterday. It was 334 at the beginning of the day then later 9 people had un-followed and it was down to 325 - very strange but Bye Bye - whoever you were!...........wonder what I said to upset them,surely not my mention of going to chapel?
When we move I won't miss living near the pylons but I will miss getting Gridline through the post. It's the magazine posted out 4 times a year by The National Grid to landowners who have pylons or wires on their land. It's free and also has some interesting articles in it.
Tenbury Wells is one of the main centres of growing and harvesting and they have a festival and auctions in early December each year. - Maybe another thing to add to the places to visit.
Mistletoe was worshipped by the Druids as a symbol of fertility and because it was considered a pagan plant it was banned by the early Christian Church. It is poisonous if used in excess but has been used in herbal remedies for centuries and can still be bought as a herb tea - don't fancy it myself.
Our elderly friend was up at the second home across the fields to see the owners ( he checks the house when they are not there......... 40 weeks of the year!). It's owned by a lawyer from London. While he was there they had a Waitrose delivery for Christmas. They are staying there for 10 days before flying out to South Africa to see the cricket. The WHOLE van was their stuff!!
How the other half live!
Will You be the 1 millionth page view today?
(Hope no-one else vanishes from the followers bar)
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