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Good Morning!

We're still here... Just busy & about to go off to clean two cottages.

Always lots to do & we have our first guests arriving in 2 weeks time...

Spent 2 hours with our local vicar yesterday - not because we've found religion, but she wanted advice about cleaning her blinds! Instead of just popping in - we ended up chatting about everything & more.
Consequently didn't get home until 7pm, made dinner & went straight to bed! 


Feel better for the early night!

Hope you've all had a good week & look forward to catching up soon.

Kay & Sime 
xx


Comments

Kath said…
well you both look very chirpy!
Karin said…
Hope the cottages weren't too dirty and you have a fairly easy day. Enjoy the weekend. Karin :)
Jane and Chris said…
I would have been tempted to sing
"I once was blind but now I see"
Jane x
Mrs Thrifty said…
Have awarded you the sunshine award - see my blog for details xxx
just Gai said…
You do meet a wide variety of people in your line of business. It must make for some interesting conversations.
Anonymous said…
Hope you are having a good weekend.

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