We were not well off, and I remember Mum, making things sewing, and repairing my brothers trousers she just bought him. So Mum was good, at that, and cleaning so she taught me, as I was always watching and helping her, as she was a single mum. She always taught us to share, and be kind to others. So I learned about how to get stains out of many things, as we had four brothers, and four sisters. Money was tight. She taught us how to knit, aunty used to teach me how to crochet, and watched my brothers making things out of wood. I remember stripping my first set of drawers, and waxing it. So years gone by, I upcycle, fix, mend, and help my daughters. They all recycle when they can, I couldn't believe all the things they would throw out, and kept telling them, Take it to a Charity Shop, or use Freegle. Because you could help a cause, or someone, who might need that! Now I have learned to plaster, mix paint, use all sorts of machinery. I have done up, a few houses in my time too. And sourced some things, and gave away things in the house that were left. It helps lots of people. Any one wants some Holly Hock seeds?