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Chez Cow – under renovation

Due to an unexpected free weekend (thank you Ash Cloud of Doom (TM)) I finally got the chance to move into the new house this weekend.

So far I have:

a) a mattress (stolen, well, given to me by, a friend’s neighbour)

b) two wooden chairs and a small table on the balcony

c) that’s it…

I’m going for the ultra-modern, uber-cool, minimalist look. Seriously. It’s not that I haven’t got my arse into gear and have no furniture. Noooo.

After the obligatory wrestle with the “you’ve paid a fortune for it, now you have to put it up” tables and chairs, my weekend was mostly spent doing this:


23 thoughts on “Chez Cow – under renovation

  1. LizSara says:

    Good book choice i enjoyed that!

    I’m not commenting on the rest of the scene for i will be too jealous

  2. Helen says:

    Jealous of your balcony. JEALOUS

  3. Paula says:

    I echo Helen’s comment above!

  4. Perpetual says:

    I hope that is a G&T.

    • nuttycow says:

      Well, what else would it be. One of the first things I did on moving was go to the local wholesalers and pick up a shed load of wine and gin. I have my priorities.

      I may not have a bed, but I have gin.

  5. Soupy says:

    Here’s to a happy cowshed! x

  6. That looks like a lovely way to spend a weekend.

  7. Mud says:

    Lovely and homely – and mountains! Hope you are feeling more settled. Will email v shortly!

  8. You’re not complaining, right? Because that looks pretty sweet to me.

  9. K says:

    Ha! I spent the weekend doing exactly that, reading exactly that book!

  10. Rotwatcher says:

    Okay all you clever clogs, tell those who have mislaid their binoculars what the book is!

  11. Gumpher says:

    Gin, fags, crisps, and a book.

    You’re only a packet of pork scratchings away from a perfect evening

  12. I miss my balcony :(

    p.s. I LOVE that book…how you finding it?

    • nuttycow says:


      The ending was annoying. It left so much unsaid which really pissed me off!

      Have moved onto the last of the Stieg Lasson books now which, as I predicted, I am loving.

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