I spotted this little cottage while I was out walking the other day. I think it’s very quaint, it’s a shame it’s been left. I would love to know the history of the place. We used to have a tiny one roomed cottage at the end of the lane, it housed a couple and their ten children! I’ve no idea how they all fitted in there.
Welcome to my new readers! I couldn’t believe how busy my blog had got over the last couple of days, it’s really good of you to take the time to say hello
Today was shopping day as usual. On the way into town I took mum to the pensions office. She hasn’t had her pension sorted out and it’s nearly 3 months since dad died…without her getting any money. Aparently they are still ‘working on it’. They also have her birth certificate which she needs back to get herself a passport, it looks like she will have to wait longer.
I think it’s mad, I also think they should give out some kind of booklet telling people what needs to be done when someone dies, there is so much to be done and when you haven’t been through it before it’s a lot to take in…..anyway rant over.
It finally stopped raining so I managed to get the grass cut, there is quite a big garden with this house and it takes about two hours to cut it all. I don’t mind though, I have my mp3 player on, sorry to anyone walking by who heard me murdering the songs! It was all going really well until a sparrow decided to crap on my shoulder….how very charming.