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Friday, 28 March 2014

Chelsea Green

 

Every 100 years of so, we get a new freezer.
Our last one, complete with its own polar ice cap and inability to defrost itself, was positively antique and ready for the white freezer heaven in the sky, or the rag n’ bone man, who ever arrived first.

Among the frozen chops, chips & chuntney (I made that last bit up) was this.

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Yes…it’s grass…but not any ol’ grass I’ll have you know.
This is prize lawn from the hallowed turf of Chelsea Football Club slowly defrosting after 8 1/2 years in my freezer.

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For Mr TG’s 40th birthday I arranged a selection of Chelsea FC-related gifts, that ranged from a personal letter from The Special One, a signed photo, to a tour of the stadium.
While listening to the ramblings of our tour guide, the groundsmen were finishing off their pitch manicure. As one of the groundsmen parked his mower, everyone in our group (not me…I’m a lady) jumped the barriers to grab fistfuls of the freshly cut lawn. I elegantly stayed put, frantically, scrambling through our ‘day out’ rucksack looking for something to carry home Mr TG’s treasure.

This weekend, the fully defrosted Chelsea FC lawn cuttings will be ceremoniously scattered around the Tidy Garden.
Trust me…it absolutely stinks like rotten feet.
It’s NOT going in the new freezer!

3 comments:

Tammy said...

Happy to be back checking in on you! I think blogger must be congratulated for permitting smells to waif from blogs! Glad all is well in your world!

Crafts-by-Alison.blogspot.com said...

Jane yuck smelly grass in the freezer not likely. My hubby is a Chelsea fan as well but no way would I allow him to put stinky grass in my freezer it might make my soap smell horrid lol. Happy Gardening. Love Alison xx

HELENE said...

I was shaking my head through the whole of your post….of all the mad memorabilia I have heard of…. grass clippings?! Oh well, it will probably become lovely fertilizer once it is scattered!

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