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    just wanted to say to everyone one on the forum have a lovely weekend in this glorious sunshine, i dont post much but am on here constantly reading information of which i am so grateful for, so happy weekend!!! im off to ikea very soon and then i shal be giving my garden some TLC if its not too hot! lots of love x

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    Garden TLC here too! The grass really needs cutting, would like to say I kept it deliberately long for minibeast hunting

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    Quote Originally Posted by md0u0131 View Post
    Garden TLC here too! The grass really needs cutting, would like to say I kept it deliberately long for minibeast hunting
    my dad once let the grass grow and then cut a maze/wobbly path in it it was great fun and we loved it, not sure mum was so chuffed though!

 

 

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