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Originally posted August 4 2004 at 15:08 under General. 0 Comments. Trackbacks Disabled.


Something awful drifting from across the street when I'm in the garden

Anybody paying attention for a while may remember that I tried blowing myself up when cutting the hedge at the front of the house. Well, to show how busy/lazy I am, I’ve just finished cutting it (if it seems a strange time to be doing it—it being wet outside—there are other reasons afoot). In my defence I have since chopped back the huge bush that had taken over the back garden and cut down a small tree which had grown to the height of the first story windows near it. Tires your arms out all this cutting, I know that.

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