Wednesday, July 04, 2007

Bits & Pieces!

I am actually finding it hard to blog at the moment, I don't really feel I have enough to post about, hence the erratic posts.

Well alot been going on here. The PC1 has supposedly withdrawn his application until he can come to some sort of agreement with the loacl residents.


when I phoned the council this afternoon to find out 'why he had withdrawn his application' guess what??????????????? He hasn't!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

More to follow.

In between showers a quick trip down the garden

When I came downstairs the other day I found this

do you think the cats are trying to tell me something?????


Allotment Lady said...

It's not Shrews Tuesday is it?

They obviously want a bit of organic fresh takeaway - but got full up LOL

Your garden is looking fantastic - and I know what you mean about thinking of something to write about. I have lots of days like that.

I guess we should just take time out and not be a slave to our blogs.

Have a great weekend if I don't catch you on here before - and hope you sort out those councillors - hey - thats a good job for you -put your name down when the elections come around again next year.

Ex-Shammickite said...

Shrews Tuesday.... errrggg GROAN!!!!
I'm glad you are feeling better, and I have to say your garden is looking lovely. I've been catching up on your posts... I wonder what will the result will be after your trip to the Parish Council. Some of those landowner farmer horsey types can be hard to deal with.
I haven't been blogging for a few days, we have had a long weekend Strawberry Festival to celebrate Canada Day, lot's of things to do, people to see, check it out on my blog.

RUTH said...

Shrews Tuesday!!!...LOL Lottie.
With fabulous photos like these of your garden you don't need to write anything! Think the cats may be hinting at a change of cat food. Hope you get this application fiasco sorted!

Sheila said...

Maybe you could develop a line of shrew flavoured me*ow mix..??
Your garden is a picture, lots to see there. That gorgeous pink lily is rally special. I only have the plain old orange ones, I've tried pink ones but they don't come back after the first season..

Gill said...

Libby, your garden is looking GREAT, all those colours! :-}

I know what you mean about having nothing to write about, I am the same LOL

Take care

Scarecrow said...

I think I'll leave the 'shrew'd jokes to the others here!
Your garden is looking great with all the rain you've been getting, I hope it lets up long enough to allow you to go and play in your garden.

PG said...

Wonderful flowers! We don't have many flowers only veg,I get very envious of beauties like these. It sounds as if your councillor is trying all kinds of tricks which can only make him look worse, I'd really try getting the press in, just to pile some pressure on.

talj said...

Aww they brought you a present?! :o)

Your garden looks wonderful!! :o) So much colour and variety, lovely! :o)

{{HUGS}} xx

Yolanda Elizabet said...

Yes, eat more mice! That is their new motto. ;-) It is a mouse, isn't it? Mine have been at it too. Found 2 mice in the garden without their heads. Ewwwwwwww!

Lovely pics of the garden, Libby, love those leafy plants.

smilnsigh said...

Not to worry about losing your blogging muse. It happens to all of us, at times. Just go with the flow.

And continued luck with the ambient light issue.