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Mrs Webmuppet

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  • Birthday September 6

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  1. My birthday has never really been celebrated. As a child it always got lost in the chaos of going back to school after the summer hols, and now it gets lost in Little Miss Webmuppet going back to school after the summer hols. You can see a pattern And to add to the chaos of back to school this year Mr W ended up in hospital so my birthday got completely forgotten.
  2. I use a multi pronged fork think to remove the cappings, whilst holding the frame over a washing up bowl to catch the drips. Then put the frames in the extractor (I have a hand cranked three frame extractor) after extracting I put the honey through a double sieve (one layer is course mesh then a fine mesh) over a honey bucket. It needs to stand for a day or so before bottling it.
  3. When LMW was small she had a Pekin that she used to bring into the house and they would sit in front of the t.v. Both engrossed in CBBC. She'd have taken the chook to bed with her if she had had her way
  4. I have a Kipling bag...so far it has been used when LMW was little to carry all the clutter small people require ( she's 15now!) holiday bag and to carry my lunch and knitting or crochet to and from work. It's been washed a good few times and it's still as good as new.
  5. I bought a new built in oven from John Lewis, excellent customer service. Ordered it on a Monday evening and it was delivered the same week. The delivery chap even phoned 15 mins before he arrived to make sure we were poised for its arrival. We had a minor problem with the oven and they sent an engineer a couple of days later.
  6. I have a serious problem with Jaffa Cakes....so much so my colleagues won't have them in the office there were some ugly scenes when anyone attempted to remove one from the packet...they were mine all mine!
  7. If you do decide to chop your hair off....donate it to charity. LMW did this a couple of months ago. I think it was the Little Princess Trust she sent the hair to.
  8. I might just make this for the craft club ladies next week..... I have some left over brandy soaked fruit from the Christmas puds and cakes that needs using up ( I have some brandy I can add instead of port ).
  9. Our local NHS trust lets you self refer to the physio service for back pain , bypassing the need to see a GP . It might be worth checking to see if your NHS trust does the same.
  10. I found the recipe for the sticky toffee pudding cake.....guess what I will be doing tomorrow....I'm not doing the fancy sugar work though. The recipe for those who might be interested is on the BBC recipe site.
  11. I would recommend Agistri. It's next door to Aegina . Much smaller, it's only 1mile by2miles. There's a beautiful church, pine forest and a lovely beach at the end of the walk through the forest (if you don't mind a bit of a climb) . The bakery sells delicious goodies too. The Webmuppets have spent several holidays on the island.
  12. I have very long wavy hair. I agree that hair dryers should be kept well away from curly or wavy hair. My hair takes 4hours to air dry I use the Bee Strong leave in cream, doesn't weigh the hair down and is just enough to stop it frizzing. I'm really bad , I only venture into the hairdressers once a year, get the ends trimmed and don't let them do anything fancy with it.
  13. I have a daylight lamp on my piano....it's a gloomy corner of the room and I need to be able to see all those 'dots and squiggles' on sheet music and it's perfect for that.I know it wasn't very expensive but there's no brand name on it, I think it was off either eBay or Amazon. It's like a large desk lamp with a bendy neck just like this one... http://www.completecareshop.co.uk/household-aids/floor-and-table-lamps/daylight-table-lamp-view-large?gclid=CIKb5o_S28cCFYccGwodjwsGrw

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