Retired. Lives in NE England, the land the Government forgot, and does not wish to be reminded about . . .
Should be “lower the flaps”. A small point, but mine own.
Is it just me, or do others also find the speech balloons difficult to read ?
I am with Mom. Why do they call them “touch screens” when nothing happens when you touch them ? Smart phones ? Huh !
Story of my life. "The dishwasher needs . . . "
I have seen this before . . . . or something very like it . . . but where ?
Those fatal words, "You never know when it might . . . "I am myself a victim of this disease. There is, so far as I know, no known cure. Recycling schemes cause us agonies untold. Think of us sometimes, please, as you go to your waste bin or dump.
Petey is me at that age. I feel for him.
My Grandfather used to say, “You’ve got to eat a peck of dirt before you die.”
“Ah, well, Rhododendrons and Azaleas and such need acid soil. Have you tested your’s dear ?”
Once upon a time we lived in the English Lake District and this type of gardening was the norm. The difficulty was to find soil !