Monday, 8 September 2008

Dig for Victory.


It's Monday morning and I am doing my bit for church today (did lots yesterday, including a  reading at 5 minutes' notice because the person pencilled in didn't come along) .

Today I am helping in the church garden in readiness for afternoon tea on Friday in that space. I am worried about digging up something untoward! Our little church garden is more prone to vandalism that becoming overgrown and that's a shame. This is the bit of kit I am using, and I will go at it unsupervised. Considering my Dad won't let me use his lawn mower, I think this may go some way to proving to him that I could be let loose with it.

As you may have seen from a previous post, my friend Helen came to stay over the weekend and set a world record for chatting! It was good to see her though.

On a more curious note, we seem to have started a campaign for our local pub to acquire a goat. Not sure how that happened; drink was involved (and Cas).

7 comments:

bag said...

It seems to have been a quiet weekend post-wise in BS5...

I suggest caution wielding such a big digger in a confined space.

On a separate note, every public house should have a goat. Its traditional...

scargosun said...

I like the goat idea but I think a sheep would be better.

Careful with that thing.

Katherine said...

Is there any call for handmade cards at your church? A future church fete perhaps??

BS5 Blogger said...

Hello K, well, we have various craft fairs coming up. I will email you separately if you like?

Suburbia said...

Perhaps the church could borrow the goat. They eat anything so should keep the grass down and get rid of the rubbish too!

BS5 Blogger said...

Top woman logic!

Katherine said...

Yeah cool - send me an email on facebook or to katbrookes@gmail.com