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Entry Number 10. It's been a busy few months both at work and at home. Especially in the garden. Not only did I have great success growing tomatoes and cucumbers outside on a wicking bed (more about what that is will follow), I proceed someone wrong in Texas who told me that you can't grow cayenne pepper outside in the UK climate. Oh yes you can!

Work wise, I've been up to all kinds of things. I've done a lot of end of tenancy cleaning and carpet shampooing, as far north as Medway, as far south as Folkestone. I've rebuilt tongue and groove doors, replaced window glass and remade window frames for a 17th century house. I've repaired collapsed dining room chairs. I've remade fallen kitchen cabinets. I've painted walls and ceilings: in fact, I expect to be painting an entire 2 bedroom house next month (ceilings, walls, woodwork and radiators).

I've met lots of great people asking the way, and many of them call me back to do other work. It's the months since I started doing this full-time, and I'm heading in the right direction.


Entry Number 9. Service Your Sofa. All too often, people throw out perfectly good sofas, spending unnecessary amounts of money on new furniture, which by design, is worn out by the end of the two year guarantee. In little more than one minute, I can show you how to make your sofa feel like new, for a fraction of the cost of a new one.

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