Five things you know won't be around in five year's time, Amy said. Photograph them, blog them. whatever.
Mmm. For a whole pile of tricky reasons I'd need a day to explain, thinking about things not being around (especially at this time of year) would make me melancholy. Too melancholy.
I had to find another way. Fast. So, I offer
The Accountant you five things I hope I still won't be looking at if he knows what's good for him five years from now:
|The glass splashback in our kitchen. I don't like it, but it was a gift from the kitchen design company after things didn't go very smoothly with the fit so we kept it. I want to replace it with creamy brick shaped tiles. Soon.|
|An entire bed full of rocket? Please, I'm begging, grow something else. Anything else.|
|NOT AS DANGEROUS AS IT LOOKS. It's not connected to anything, it's not live. It's just a cable with no place to go, left by the builders. Usually hidden by garden seats, but it still has to go|
|I know. These are getting uglier. I don't want bins on view, sitting on mud. I want a proper fenced in bin store. Without the mud. Very soon.|