I had no idea Lupin seeds look

like sweets. I opened the packet and they were so pink and I was so surprised and delighted that I called my 3 year old to have a look. That was obviously a mistake as she just wanted to eat them and I had a feeling that Lupin seeds were poisonous. Distract and disarm – so we opened the other packets. Which was obviously a mistake as within seconds they were all mixed together. I have no idea, now they are all mixed and planted together, how they will all fare. The only seeds to escape the mixing were the sunflowers. So they had a tray of their own. They were all done and set to one side out of view – which was obviously a mistake. I heard Ralf – one of the dogs – snuffling and trying to eat the sunflower seeds. I should of course known because last week he busted into a bag of self raising flour and was eating it

Which is which?

Which is which?




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