Trish and her window box

The carry-a-bag campaign is getting so big Self sufficient Trish has even got in on the act. To check out what the carry-a-bag campaign is all about then please have a look on the carry a bag campaign pages.

If you have a funny self sufficient 'ish' story that you would like to see Trish act out then please e-mail me. Hope you enjoy reading about her.  Also if you would like site cartoonist Spence to draw a birthday card or a characterture for a special gift for a loved one then please email with the offer of some cash. Ta. To see more of Spence's work try here.

cartoon window box

Other trish strips in order that they have been published...

Trish, carry a bag here

Trish and the prize winning Sunflower Here....

Trish and Dan Sizer go Double Digging. Here........

Trish tries to make Nev's 12 volt system.   Here.......

Harriet and Trish. Here...

Trish and the new jumper. Here...

Trish and her bike here...

Home Made Baked Beans... here

Home Brew Trish/Trish and the Ginger Beer. here....

One for the crow, here

Or for more of Spence's work please visit his site. - please not he is not as pretty as his cartoon picture would have you believe.

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Please note Trish or any of the other characters are not based on anyone living or dead or called Trish in fact I have never even met anyone called Trish. If you are called Trish and find this offensive please accept my apologies I do not with to cause any distress self sufficient Trish is supposed to be funny., the urban guide to all things almost self sufficient

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