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DIY lunch all round

July 1, 2012

It’s still raining and it’s July. Even the weather forecasters have given up speculating on the reasons for the rain and just tell us when the next lot’s coming. I’d quite like to know where all this rain’s coming from – I realise it’s from the sky, but I’m intrigued as to whether there’s a reason – geographical, environmental or even spiritual.

The beloved managed to cut the grass and strim the bit that needed strimming in between the showers today and then made himself some lunch –  a beetroot and lentil pate sandwich with some home grown lettuce – it’s the next glut, but I like lettuce, and it should be congratulated for managing to grow amid the slugfest.

Arlo made a sandwich too – so much chocolate spread!

And  even Peaches felt she ought to help herself and raided the compost bin in the kitchen – someone had carelessly put some sweet pea stalks in there

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