…. gets the thumbs up from me!

Placed my order last week, in anticipation of the bread making demand for heavy items (flour!), and my doorbell chimed at 7.30pm (30mins early); a mature yet spritely delivery man on the steps, carrying two of my N bags of shopping.

Drawing up my list had been really easy, with the site mirroring the shopping experience, by grouping together things into aisles, and then by type and then by cost within each ‘aisle’, with icons highlighting special offers in effect on your date of delivery. Fantastic!

And with another free delivery voucher to hand for March, I’ll be making at least one more order…. to include a couple of wine boxes seeing as my Hazel-to-home channel shopping service will cease from 29 March.

And that left me plenty of time to start dismantling the mantelpiece shelf dad and I put up when I first moved in to the flat. Mooching around the Leominster antique shops had convinced me of the merits of moving my bureau into one of the alcoves, and adding more bookshelf-type shelving – not that I needed much persuasion, just something to spur me on to dismantle what’s there at the moment. And dad’s approval, albeit tacit, to the dismantling of our joint DIY’