Re: Over 50's Club Scotland (part 3)Good Morning all,it's a fab' sunny chilly Autumn one here so had a walk first thing then spent the rest of it emptying out most of the potted plants/hanging baskets into the garden bin to be collected Tomorrow...Garden looks a bit bereft of colour now until the bulbs flower again come the Spring...Having a cuppa now before I wash all the pots and
Re: Over 50's Club Scotland (part 3)Morning, Sheeeze I can't stop shivering, A right nip in the air during our walk this morning. Bbbrrrrr, time to yank out the winter jackets. Suns out but the wind off the ocean is perishing.
Re: Over 50's Club Scotland (part 3)Afternoon Roxy,no I haven't watched 'the Dublin murders' but will look out for it,
Re: Over 50's Club Scotland (part 3)Afternoon May, Dublin Murders BBC1, Monday n Tuesday evenings, 9pm. It's episode 3 tonight but you should get 1 n 2 on the player thingy.
Re: Over 50's Club Scotland (part 3)Good Morning Lassies if You're around...It's another fine sunny frosty one here,just the kind of weather I like..no rain or snow
Re: Over 50's Club Scotland (part 3)Afternoon May, It's been such a cold few days, the sun's been out and there's a wee bit of heat still in it BUT, that freezing wind is horrible, am almost blue when I take the dog walking. Garden's had it's last tidy up and the pots that need to be inside over winter are in the greenhouse, along with the garden ornaments that might crack in the frosts. Got really fed up with my hair last week and had the top cut and layers put in, do you remember that 60s feathered cut? then the mullet type from the 80s followed it. It's like that and I still have the back down past my shoulders, a lot easier to handle and I can mouse it up with volume too.
Re: Over 50's Club Scotland (part 3)Afternoon Each,not sure when Jessie's due back from Her hol's.