Re:[ACWDYG ] Re: Bucky
- Sounds like a great plan.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "c.barton" <c.barton@...> wrote:
> hi I never had a dish washer, now he is retired (12 years now) I wash DH dries much cheaper. I agree about the washing machine. When in England for holidays DH and I do dishes and most of the cooking and DD does the clothes ;) and most of the driving so we can have a drink with a restaurant meal or at the pub. It's no hardship for her as she doesn't like alcohol.
> We went to France in the 70's no work here and the miners were on strike so no electricity for most of the day. I worked on telephones selling V.W. cars to dealerships. Try writing orders out by the light of a gas light :(
> DH saw an advert for a job in the paper applied and we moved to France. Lived in a flat for 3+years then his work and the mayor of the village at that time got together and built 8 houses.
> We got one of them as DH was a shift worker and had to sleep, The flat upstairs from us change from an elderly couple to a family with 3 preschool children, that was the deciding factor.
> So here we are England for holidays by the seaside, the rest of the time up our mountain. We don't get time to get bored there is always something going on.
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> > I think we all love where we are or we would be moving. Sounds like a lovely village. I rarely use my dishwasher. In fact I can't remember the last time. My mom taught me to clean up as I cooked and it has served me well but I need my washing machine. I am not up to washing everything by hand. One or two baths a week you are still pretty clean!
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