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PennyGrabber wrote: »
Hi all! We don't have a farmfoods closer than 35 miles away, and i really can't justify going there for milk!!
Mrs McCawber - what xmas presents are you making? I'm very interested as that sounds dead organised?!
NSD today - yeah!! - first of my Feb GC so far (started on 23rd).
Sharronej - I feel for you with the family credit. I'm waiting to hear what's going to happen with mine. What with my "D"H lowering his payments to me, I'm dreading that going down too. Sometimes it feels that I'm on the wrong end of luck!!
Still, I try to believe that we make our own luck, and GC is certainly helping me in that regard on the money front, as I'm sure i've been averaging over £200 a month for a while. Ridiculous really, as I have a massive pantry FULL of stuff! And, until recently, my 2nd freezer! That's still my March plan, to refill it...
Good luck those still on Jan - do you have "What can I make with what I've got" syndrome?!?!
orchid-96 wrote: »
MrsM that bag looks gorgeous, only wish I had any sort of skill in that area at all :rolleyes: how great it must be to be able to make stuff, I can only just about sew on a button!!!
Thinking reading these posts that I might need to get a remoska they sound fab!!
well done all, it sounds like a lot of really great penny pinching has gone on in January, my month doesn't finish till 31st but good luck to all who have started Feb :j
MRSMCAWBER wrote: »
Another NSD on the food front for me today -but I am popping to the garden centre (its only about 5mins walk away):j Im only really looking at seed potatoes (famous last words )
Dinner tonight is pasta bake using up more roast tomatoes n veggies I grew and froze last year , whoopsed goats cheese and HM cheeses sauce from the freezer and salami etc from the fridge
Im going to have a bash at the spinach n goats cheese soup -will post a recipe if it comes out OK (must remember what I throw in:rotfl: )
thanks for the coments on the bag .... but it was sooooo simple ..I didn't think I would get on with the wool as it has metalic threads and tufts of wool hanging off it -but I loved it..and the knitting bit only took a couple of days :j ...I loved doing it so much I have more wool so I can make them to sell (well try) to make more money for our local hospice back home :T
right enough waffle -off for a cuppa and then to the garden centre
have a great day everyone
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