I confess all. It was me. And I am really sorry, I did not mean to do it, but cannot take it back. Sorry.
Well, it was a lovely day. And I have almost been all round the back garden, so the greenhouse really needed some attention. It did! I had just thrown stuff in there, and left it, and it all needed washing and tidying and a right good sort out.
Did you ever get one of those upside down tomato planters? Well, I was given one. And it sort of worked. After a fashion. Two Years Ago.
So that was thrown in with the rest. And, having a throwy outy fit, I thought,I would just throw it out.
And then I found out what I had done. In that tomato planter someone very small has built a nest. And laid eggs. Tiny weeny eggs. All safe and secure in that forgotten corner of the greenhouse. Ouch.
So, I have tried to put it back where I found it. I have stopped clearing the greenhouse, and I will hope that Mr and Mrs Robin ( I think it is the Robins, but it may be the Wrens) will come back and not be too upset.
So, There, I have confessed. And I will keep a sideways eye on things
and let you know if anything sensible happens, or if it is the disaster I
Quite small, but a fun size to make, and I hope it will be usable.
Only small problem, was getting an accidental pleat in the bottom.
This is how it ought to look.
So a little seam ripping later, and I managed to ease it out OK!
But that is all the sewing here lately! Garden has had its attention!
What a shame, I cannot offer this alternative accommodation to Mr and Mrs Robin... But I think they prefer to choose their own.
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