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Debbie Spencer
I make stuff, garden lots, obsessively watch cycling, am a newly formed dog addict & have a thing for hens. For fun I have Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (I'm bendy).
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Debbie Spencer 7h
Replying to @theanimalmummy
Funny how stuff works out that way isn’t it?
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Debbie Spencer 9h
Replying to @TinyAcorns
That’s a lovely thing. A bit of freedom & independence is so valuable.
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Ravenmaster 13h
When the blow dry you have worked on fails😂
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Debbie Spencer 16h
Replying to @theanimalmummy
Ours is half collie half terrier so no idea what she would do! Probably try to play with them but I am not sure her robust version of rough & tumble would suit lambs.
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Debbie Spencer 19h
Replying to @theanimalmummy
That’s wonderful he is like that with them.
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Debbie Spencer 19h
Replying to @hart_stevens
Wonderful. I did geology at school, my favourite field trips by far were ones with fossil hunting as part of them. We were in Derbyshire, so lots of shale and limestone to hunt in.
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Debbie Spencer 19h
Replying to @theanimalmummy
Super cute!! He doesn’t want to be left out does he?
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Debbie Spencer 19h
Replying to @hart_stevens
Ooh that sounds brilliant. What kind of fossils do you usually find?
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Oh TWIST! Apr 17
Beware of “Hammer Syndrome” in medicine - are you just seeing “nails” everywhere?
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Debbie Spencer 20h
Replying to @christheowl
Find out what they are hoping to get out of it. You don’t want to start with them having unrealistic expectations.
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Debbie Spencer 20h
Replying to @theanimalmummy
Lambs, a cup of tea & a collie. Happiness personified.
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Debbie Spencer 20h
These ones are from feathers & beaky, the girls love them. All the green stuff from the garden weeds, old cabbage leaves etc get shoved in them.
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Debbie Spencer Apr 16
Replying to @SmallholdersUK
Thanks
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Debbie Spencer Apr 16
Thanks very much.
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Debbie Spencer Apr 16
Old fabric wash bag frame, now a handy hen treat hanging station.
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Debbie Spencer Apr 16
Replying to @Englishomestead
That’s a lovely thing.
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Backyard Larder Apr 16
Non-flowering sorrel, Chinese artichokes, skirret and Bocking 14 comfrey plants all in the shop.
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Debbie Spencer Apr 16
Replying to @seasonalight
I have always been the smallest person I know, I think as I was growing up I identified with them and their spirit.
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Debbie Spencer Apr 16
Big compliments to the people who do the design, planting and maintenance on the roundabout at the top of Nottingham Road, Ilkeston. It looks absolutely beautiful again. Looking forward to the tulips opening.
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Debbie Spencer Apr 16
Replying to @seasonalight
We have wrens nesting in our hedge. One of them is a forthright kind of bird and give me some telling off if I am walking round the garden at dusk which they see as most definitely belonging to them and not me. I get a little burst of joy every time I see them.
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