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Hi SL. It is very disconcerting when your money disappears into the ether when regular savers mature. Will you be setting up another ? The rates are so poor now, I don't think I will bother.We will be painting all the kitchen cupboards in DDs new kitchen. They are currently a light wood colour and we are painting them grey and putting new handles on. It should look like a new kitchen. We are just debating what to do about the tiles. We were going to paint them, but are now debating taking them off and retiling.
I hope the regular saver sorted itself out. SAAF did their hive inspections this morning which reminded me of your ladies, how have they done?
Well done on the kitchen doors. We want to repaint ours at some point. Really good quality doors but water stained and a horrible shade of brown varnish.
Preaching to the choir here with insurance SL but OUCH at that price! Unfortunately its a computer says no situation, I get it too as I work from home but as its not sit down admin type work with a phone and laptop computer says no. Its ridiculous as someone doing the same as a hobby would have all the same aspects with less awareness of storage and safety but not get crippled on their insurance as no one gets asked what they do in their spare time for home insurance. I'm very careful not to have customers come here as that would push it up to astronomic levels & despite it just being me, a sewing machine, hammer & tacks, staple gun & a pair of scissors insurers seem to constantly try and lump me in with hot works risks like welding. & I even have separate business insurance for the equipment & materials.Has DH tried Sketchup for drawing up plans? to save buying another license, its free online, I see quite a few people recommend it on other forums I frequent
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