rising_from_the_ashes wrote: »
Lola, well done!:D
I'm a bit of a hoarder myself and I know how difficult it is to throw things out (for me, it's the "well I better keep it just in case" and I end up with all the drawers stuffed with stuff I will in all honestly never use).
You've inspired me and I've just been and cleared out 2 of my kitchen drawers already this morning. One now has utensils (but not every day ones) in and I've also managed to fit in my winter stash of batteries. As for (what is supposed to be) my kitchen cutlery drawer......
It's been a long time since this was done and you've no idea what I found (34 tops from pop bottles in case I lose 1:o and 4 grill pan handles being amongst the ones that I do feel able to share).
I was looking for an elastic band to put round a bag of flour the other day and couldn't find one - now have an old margarine tub in the drawer with loads in (which were all in there:o) etc - and the drawer's only 1/2 full!:D
Thank you - keep going, it will be so worth it (going to try to tackle the desk drawers later on).
dizzy_lizzie wrote: »
Oh I say Spiral some interesting interpretations from The Dream Moods Dictionary Could just drink a wee glass of your cider too :beer:
ApplesTo see apples growing in a tree in your dream symbolize knowledge, wisdom and great prosperity. Rewards are on the horizon for you. Consider also the common phrase, "an apple a day keeps the doctor away" which may imply that you need to take better care of your health. Perhaps you need to go to the doctor. Or the dream may also be a metaphor for an apple computer. To dream that you are eating an apple denotes harmony, pleasure, and fertility. In a biblical sense, eating an apple symbolizes your sexual appetite, lustful desires, and sexual awareness as associated with the apple in the Garden of Eden.To see green apples represent developing love or love that has yet to blossom. To see rotten or eaten apples in your dream, indicates that whatever you are striving and aiming for may not be fulfilling, and even harmful to you. It may also represent neglect and carelessness.
SandraScarlett wrote: »
I'll never forget her words. She said "So you've chosen to suffer so that your pet didn't have to. How brave are you".
Take care chickens.
natnat13 wrote: »
Didn't even get shortlisted for the job, gutted
23rdspiral wrote: »
Dizzy, that cake looks lush! Thanks for the recipie. And woo for the xstitch! So cute! (fancy joining our cross stitch caf! over in ‘celebrations’?)
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