Thursday, 4 December 2014


Managed to add 5 items today to the Kitchenalia section, started earlier this morning only to discover that we definitely need sub categories, once Christina starts getting her 'stuff out' its never going to fit under one heading, so a little programming and we now have sub-categories, I suspect eventually we will need sub-sub-categories, cross that bridge when I get to it!

Few more pieces to go up tomorrow, then back to photo taking :)

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