How things change. Yesterday after making some bread I looked round for the bread knife. Gone, vanished, I searched high and low but no bread knife. Even felt guilty that I might be blamed for losing it. Then my daughter revealed at meal time in the evening that it had fallen behind the cupboard and we needed a new one.
So a conversation ensues as to how to get another one. The internet ever ready to help produced many different prices. I lamented for a kitchen shop here in Tod, nothing quite beats kitchenware in all its wondrous creativity but it has closed down.
Anyway I reckon £20 on a bread knife is a good price, Lakeland priciest goes up to £125 but today I shall go to the market and an old fashioned ironmongers just in case he has one ;) My granddaughter was all for buying one of the net but we are killing off small shops in our towns if we don't use their services.
Also before I get to the market I shall get some cash from the post office, two things that are fast disappearing as well. Post Offices will be the last bastion to get cash from, our PO is run efficiently by an Asian family, thank goodness some people are wizards at running our services dear Government! As for cash, because I doubt Dawsons will have one of those cute, flash your card and you've paid, contraptions either, it is fast disappearing as well.