Thursday, 30 November 2017

Almost There- Reality TV



In the darkness of Chapel Street this evening Jean and Dave Smith stopped to say they were looking forward to see what the kitchen looks like when it is finally finished on Tuesday!
Sandra Cameron popped up behind with her Yorkshire terrier and said the same thing!
I thought it was kind seeing that her kitchen looks like the set of Housewives of Orange County
Animal helper Pat popped in to see the progress today and through the uncovered lane window a whole collection of villagers have sneaked sideward glances when passing with their dogs and shopping bags .
It's getting all a bit addictive this reality kitchen construction thing...like a local Reality Tv Show
Roll on a Tuesday.........I've booked Jane Asher to officially open it.....she needs the work

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  1. You could have serialised it on YouTube.
    Jane Asher - I now have a craving for cake!
    Sx

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    1. I now have a backing cupboard! A whole one! She'd be pleased

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  2. I want to come and bake scones in your new kitchen. Or, fry a chicken and mash some potatoes. Or something. Would that be all right? (Aren't you glad you live across the ocean from some of us?)

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    1. Just come over and have coffee at my new kitchen table

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    2. I will share the scones Ms Moon bakes and just chat over the excellent coffee that I will brew .

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  3. Big excitement in a small town! Hell, we're all excited too and we're Across The Pond!

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    1. Excitement is addictive

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  4. I hope Ms. Asher is bringing cake!

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  5. the anticipation is killing me!

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  6. Are you going to leave the newly uncovered window open?

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    1. Of course I love to show off

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  7. I think Liv wants to officially open it ..she was mentioning your new kitchen this morning and the fact she hasn't been to yours for cookery for a while

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    1. When it is installed both girls can come round to make mince pies for you!
      We will book a night

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    2. She and her sister could make a film of it Jason.

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  8. I am also excited about your kitchen. I can see about twenty people trying to peer through your window on Tuesday. You need a picture of that on your wall.. haha.

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  9. Guess there really are no secrets at all in a village/small town.
    Good idea to have 'an official opening' so to speak, John!!

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  10. It's always exciting to get something new...we are as excited for our friends as we would be for ourselves.

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  11. I have been contacted by Julian d'Arbo-Gascoyne, the deputy editor of "Country Living". He is keen to do a feature on your new kitchen. How would you feel about being interviewed by that well-known gay icon - Brian Blessed?

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  12. The big REVEAL!

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  13. The unveiling of the new kitchen as a community event. That is so cool.

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  14. Will you be open to the public throughout December? Coach tours?

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    1. On the rare occasions you do make me smile, Cro, you really do. Subtle, barely noticeable, mockery is an art.

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    2. He wasn't mocking

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    3. What, you are accusing Cro of being a con artist?

      U

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  15. Lisa@intotheglade8:07 am

    Oh exciting, can't wait to see it xx

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  16. Too much excitement for one little village.

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  17. Photo looks like my grandma at her post in the scullery. If grandad was there he'd be up to no good, making 'pink gin' from elderberries or some such enterprise . . .

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  18. I think Prince Harry and Meghan should be married in the new kitchen! Your sweet scotty George (he is my favourite ) could be a doggy ring bearer !

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  19. The woman in that picture could be my great-grandmother -- she looks just like her. Do show us the kitchen ASAP! And John, you only have 9 percent power on your iPad -- plug in the charger! :)

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  20. you need to do an open house with refreshments!

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  21. Maybe a video tour world premiere? All of this in less than a month, with no floods, fires, or stabbings --- can you come supervise the replacement of my kitchen?

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  22. Similar thing happened to me when I lived in a small welsh village. This was the 'Changing Rooms' era and I was painting the walls tartan! Lots of interest created and many changed their dog walks route to have a peek.

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  23. Can't afford Judy Dench then?

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  24. we need a 365 degree camera shot or video!!

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  25. What a wonderful place you live that people always stop by to see what’s up. I could have my complete house redone, inside and out, and maybe one daughter would stop by to see it. I would have to invite her though and give her a meal.

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  26. Milicent10:28 pm

    The anticipation is too much.. Will Tuesday ever get here.

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