A colourful garden offer and a spot of DIY

Hello! Well Easter is with us and there’s so much to look forward to over the coming days at weeks at QVC.

I’ve had the last week or so off work and was spoilt with some glorious weather which we enjoyed whilst walking the dogs and spending time in the garden. Lots of jobs had to be done as well – including a spot of painting in the hallway and the treating of the fence panels and sheds in the garden. It ALWAYS takes longer than I anticipate! The preparation seems to take an age and then the painting was painfully slow! But, with Spotify to hand, reminiscing with old-school dance music and then a selection of today’s new releases – it wasn’t all bad! I do enjoy the DIY. I find it’s a great distraction from everything that’s going on around us.

Also, since watching the BRILLIANT Queens Gambit on Netflix, we’ve suddenly discovered a love of chess! It’s one of those games which I liken a bit to Badminton. Pretty easy initially, to play, pick up, and understand. But, equally, one of the most challenging games too, to be really good at. We love it. I don’t know about you but I’m lucky if I can plan two or three moves ahead. It’s a fantastic way to unwind and relax… what do you think of the current state of play in this game?

So, Easter is upon us and we have a day of gardening this coming Bank Holiday Easter Monday. And, one of the most respected names in gardening brings us our Today’s Special Value. It is, of course, Thompson and Morgan. And we launch Monday’s TSV the evening before, at 9pm in our preview show. The offer is fantastic and the collection is beautiful. It’s the Thompson & Morgan 6 x 9cm Dhalia Maggiore Collection. I hope you can join us.

In the meantime, as I look out into my garden, I think I’ve missed a part of the fence panel! Time for Spotify 🙂

Take care and see you soon.

Charlie x

2 Responses

  1. Just would like to say I was delighted when you mentioned that your Mum hates new technology, she’s a girl after my own heart. I can use a computer when necessary, I have a very old pay as you go mobile phone for emergency contacts but I’m not a Dinasor. I have much more interesting things to spend my money on and a internet monthly payment is not essential on top of the initial outlay for a computer. Please don’t write us off Charlie there’s nothing nicer than keeping in touch with friends either by land line phone with a cup of tea and have a good chat or by letter.
    Well done Mum

  2. Hi Jill and thanks for your message. I wouldn’t dream of writing you off! I do enjoy my technology but I’ll go days and days without using it. Still love to receive and send a letter too. There’s something really personal about a hand written note isn’t there.

    Take care.

    Charlie 🙂

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