Mend it Monday #14

“If you can’t fix it, you don’t really own it”

Stientje v Veldhoven, Dutch Secretary of State for the Environment

Whilst I’ve managed some fairly small mends recently, the mend I want to share today was so big that it took two of us to complete and I didn’t have the energy left to write about it. So, over to Mr Snail for all the details (prepare yourself for the puns)…

https://writinghouse.wordpress.com/2020/09/28/mend-it-monday-the-sheds-too-wet-without-roof/

Do pop over to read it, there is a picture of me brandishing a tool!

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  1. Great mend. Amusing post.
    Good team work – what could be better!

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  2. Great teamwork there and you have a dry shed now!

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  3. Action Woman! Been there, commented on that, glad to hear dryness is now the order of the day in Darkest, Wettest Wales.
    Not sure I agree with Mijnheer van Veldhoven though. I mean, I can’t fix my laptop, but I do definitely own it. Perhaps having the ability to pay someone else to fix it counts…

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  4. As we would say in Maine, that is some repair. Wonder if that material would be good for a house roof. Ours is going.

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  5. If only some of my neighbours were so thoughtful about the lie-ins of others. Last Sunday, bang on 8 a.m., the noisiest brush cutter in the world was in use, followed swiftly by the noisiest ride-on mower. To think they used to complain about my cockerel.

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  6. how fabulous your new roof looks…may you have many “dry tools and gadget” inside…forever.

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