Tuesday, 15 July 2014

PS and Thank You

It's a day for thank you's

Thank you to Chania over at Razmataz
http://razmatazblog.blogspot.co.uk
For the raffle prizes she sent over for The Trelawnyd Flower Show
It is incredibly kind of you to support us
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Also a big thank you to Peter Ellis and " mad as a box of frogs" Eirlys Dutton
for selling extra raffle tickets for me

Thank you to the unknown villager who left us a bag of fresh garden peas
On the kitchen wall


And thank you to affable despot Jason, who walked down with a box 
of sugar puffs for the animals
The sheep have gone absolutely gaga over them
So much so...that they ate so many of them in one go
I had to get them a bucket of water to hydrate their mouths again

25 comments:

  1. I have to ask....what are sauger puffs?

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    1. Sheep food; sometimes eaten by children.

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    2. They eat Sugar Puffs, then shit out Coco-Pops. That's how they do things in Wales.

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    3. Oh wait - you said 'sauger puffs'. I don't know about them, but I think they are embryonic Scotch Eggs.

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    4. Ah okay, Sugar Pops....and I must applaud the smartassery here; of which I am a huge fan!
      Oh, and I make a mean Scotch Egg. ;-)

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  2. I was wondering too!

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  3. Oh, what's it like to be so loved and appreciated? ('Cos some of us will never know.)

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  4. I'd probably go ga ga over the sugar puffs, too. They're a type of cereal, I presume?

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sugar_Puffs

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  5. Glad of the success, share in the ovine overjoy!

    XO
    WWW

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  6. Do you want any financial donations for the show, John? What's it in aid of this year?

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    1. It's not like the open day Dave so moneies raised will go towards village initiatives.....you could buy some raffle tickets though?

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    2. Dave - are you mad, rich, stupid, or all three?

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  7. omgosh chania has the kindest most generous soul...she is one in a million.

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  8. At first I thought they were a bag of grasshoppers.

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  9. Good karma coming back to you, John.

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  10. Thanks for the shout out John. I am a strong believer in community! You do a good job in maintaining the small village events that make it special.

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  11. Sheep will eat anything! My horse used to like "space dust". You are probably old enough to remember that (my toy boy husband doesn't). It would crack and fizz on your tongue- that passed as a kick when we were 15 LOL

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    1. Long time no see kath xx

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    2. still reading John, but not commenting, due to a painful tendon in my hand. But don't worry, I have my eye on you LOL

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  12. How awesome of that unknown villager!! There are some truly good people in this world.

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  13. I see your girls are shedding! I finally got all my sheep rooed for the year and they are now naked. Sheep become slaves to treats so quickly and then you can't get rid of them. Mine can hear the patio door slide open from across the 10 acres pasture for heaven's sake. They baa loudly as they run to the gate with their mouth already stuffed full of grass. Makes you wonder a bit about them. (grin)

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