Being self sufficient in 2017

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Flo
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Re: Being self sufficient in 2017

Post: #289630 Flo
Mon Jun 12, 2017 7:57 am

6 months in approximately through the year and the cut up tea towels that were no use for drying up have also gone the distance as they were no longer even fit to clean up with.

It's time to replace certain items of underwear - sorry can't make bras and knickers. Can do a lot of things but those items are outside my DIY skills.

I wonder if someone has opened that shop yet?

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Re: Being self sufficient in 2017

Post: #289803 Flo
Tue Aug 01, 2017 8:19 am

I went into the local bigger town up the road yesterday morning for a change of scenery. Things are closing down and it was quiet - must be that we are all self sufficient. The plans to do something with the old bus station now there is a new one have come unstuck as no-one wants to commit to new shops in the town. All I wanted was a new handbag which came from the charity shop.

T***o has sent me my Christmas points statement - it's not going to be worth spending and I can't see what I'm going to spend them on either. The food cupboards are full to overflowing and the veggies are being frozen at a rate of knots. Oh and the doctor wants me to lose weight as part of a regime to get my knees replaced (they are looking for excuses locally not to do knees due to the NHS being cash strapped and the demand being great).


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