Monday, October 01, 2007

Rain Stopped Play!!!

Well we had made a decision about what to do, and whixch way the greenhouse should face..............

The major disadvantage to both ways is the amount of space it takes up. But if you get a big greenhouse as reasonably as we did, then you don't look a gift horse in the mouth!!!

So its deciding which is the lesser of two evils!!!

This way.... it comes further up the garden, plus I will have to allow for access through the doors which will take more room. Add a new path and the doors will be facing north! Plus we will have to redo the ground work!


This way, you seem to see more of it, the path is already there and the doors will not need any more space for access, plus the ground work is done!!



So yes you've guessed it we stuck with the original plan (2nd pic), but sadly rain stopped play, so it remains unfinished. Next weekend the rugby is on so I doubt much will be done then either!!!!

So what did the specialist say? Well I am going in for a Laparoscopy click to find out more! He has had a look up, now he will have a look around inside to see if he can see anything that is causing the pain!! So that is another general anisthetic, so more brain cells lost!!!! I did ask if he could do a 'nip & tuck' as well as I was being so kind in allowing him to do all this to me, the least he could do was do this for me. I think thats fair don't you??
Sadly he said no!!!!

5 comments:

allotment lady said...

Hope it all goes well and you get it sorted one way or t'other.

Love the green house - it looks great

Ex-Shammickite said...

The greenhouse will be a great addition to the garden. I'd love to have one.... whenever I see other people's fabulous garden projects I always wish I could be as ambitious!
Laparoscopy sounds ominous, but if the surgeony finds out what's wrong and is able to fix it, then all the pain and suffering is worth while. Keep smiling!

Ex-Shammickite said...

I mant surgeon of course... I don't know where the extra y came from.

Yolanda Elizabet said...

Bummer! Those doctor chappies are not what they are cracked up to be! ;-)

Good thinking on how to place the greenhouse! Hopefully it will be finished soon. Mine took 3 days to complete.

Auntie Noo said...

Oh Look at your lovely new Autumn look! - mmmm makes me feel all warm and lovely. I think you'll soon get used to the greenhouse, once it's finished and has a few bits and bobs growing up the outside for summer shading! Good luck with the laparoscopy - hope they find the cause of the grief!