I have my replacement laptop but now the broadband is absolutely dire and I'm on the Tablet again. I have told BT and they are checking over the next couple of days. Gardening here like there is no tomorrow and loving my garden again.
Shush! I am actually on line upstairs on my new laptop. The keyboard is throwing me a bit though as it's sort of set to the right a key, and I keep getting daft words up with lots of kjbm instead of the letters I'm after.
Anyway, I had to give up on the garden for today as the midges were set for a feast, but I have potted on 22 trees, shrubs and plants to give to a neighbour of mine - that is my Good Deed (she is planting up a steep hillside) and also gives me 22 less things in pots to water - and everywhere is SO parched at the moment - the ground is cracking up and I have few weeds growing fresh and no slugs or snails except in slightly damp corners (back of pots etc). I have been sowing veg seeds, and moved the cucumbers, tomatoes and growing-on courgettes to my main plastic greenhouse. Fresh seed trays are going in the seed stack in the very warm south-facing yard.
I found some really beautifully scented Pinks at B&Q and treated myself to 8 of them. One sort (Cranmere Pool) is definitely "bred" by Haytor Nurseries on the edge of Dartmoor and I just HAD to have those. My moniker "Boveybelle" is another Haytor pink. I thought if we have any viewings, a really beautiful scent at the front door won't go amiss - quite apart from the gorgeous flowers.
Right, I will end here whilst I may still stand SOME chance of getting this posted. No photos yet as I have to work out how to load them as there is only one USB port actually CALLED as USB port - and that has my mouse wotsit in it. I have to get Danny across again to fathom out what I can put in the RJ-45 port, the HDMI port etc . . . I couldn't even CHOOSE the right laptop without his help. He knows far more about such things than I do. I shall just stick to things that neigh, meow or woof as I know where I am with them.