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Wednesday, August 29, 2018

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Weaversjournal

Definitely with you on being grateful for modern sanitation!
Our house is not old, 1950s built, and I think the greatest reminders of previous residents is in the landscaping of the garden, the pond they created and the shrubs and trees they planted. Not so easy to live with is the often “quirky” and confusing plumbing and wiring systems created as a result of several extensions before our time.

Mad Englishwoman

I love the idea of keeping all the bits and pieces one digs up in the garden. I'm often finding old pieces of crockery and wondering what on earth they're doing there.
I think central heating is the thing I'm most grateful for. I used to dread winter but now I find it cosy.

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