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Ain’t love grand! Have you and Jerry got a matching set? I can just see it now…. :lol::geek::lol:
not matching, no – mine is MUCH more colourful :lol::lol::lol::lol::lol: But I have a fair bit more hair than DH :jawdrop: so my head doesn’t get that cold 😉
Yes, Harry you make an excellent point.
Last year I asked the agent to come and have a look in the ceiling because we were convinced that we had no insulation at all. We do, that pathetic blow in paper stuff, about 2mm thick, if that. Apparently though, that constitutes insulation so I had to be content with that.
This year natural gas has come to Gisborne and I’ve been quietly pressing (read nagging!) the agent to get the gas connected.. long story short he mentioned insulation and has agreed in principle to get some decent insulation put in the ceiling.. :metal:
The insulation, combined with the bubble wrap should do us nicely, even if we are stuck with the bottled gas – at least we won’t be heating the whole of the Gisborne atmosphere with our bottled gold! :clap:
Well, I’ve decided to try some bubble glazing in my office. Sick of freezing and/or running electric heater all day, and of sitting in the dark 😆 !
Here’s how it looks:
Margo, I didn’t read your last reply thoroughly and thought that the photos were going to be of Jerry in his knitted hat!!! LOL.
My husband on cold nights wears a beanie in bed and we both read in bed with our jumpers and gloves on – a bit hard to turn the pages !!!
P.S. Enjoyed reading your blog.
“My husband on cold nights wears a beanie in bed and we both read in bed with our jumpers and gloves on – a bit hard to turn the pages !!!”
How’s it work as a birth contol measure:lol::lol:
(editted cos the quote thingy didn’t work:shy:
Not telling … (LOL).