It’s so grey and cold and dull, and the heating not working means the January blues are definitely upon me, I really struggle a this time if year to 1: stay motivated, and 2: actually stay awake! My family and friends say I tend to hibernate this time of year! As soon as it gets… Read More In the need for colour
In December we started a huge remodel on the bottom of the garden. It already had some raised beds where we grew vegetables (on a small scale!) that were put in the year after we moved into the house. Back then I had another blog which can be found here. It was mainly about gardening,… Read More The new vegetable garden
Two years ago, for the first time ever I opened my garden for the Red Cross and some other local charities as part of the city I live in. We get listed in the little white book thats delivered to lots of garden centres and local tourist information centres, then the real fun begins of… Read More Open garden…… and now relax!
Hello, thought I’d share with you my lovely husband has bought me a new lens for my camera! It’s a macro lens, which doesn’t zoom, and has 3 settings for 0.3-0.5m, 0.5-1.0m and full. So providing I put it on the right setting…. I get some great pictures! I’m going to share a few… Read More My new camera lens
This is one of those posts that I’ve wanted to do since getting home… and has been put on the back burner….. due to that thing that seems to disappear without trace – TIME When we were in Thailand – flying back via Singapore airport they had a wonderful display of tulips. On further inspection… Read More Tulips
I’ve mentioned my girls before, they live at the bottom of the garden in a bright purple eglu. Then they have a huge run to walk around and generally peck at the ground all day. During the summer to protect my garden, they stay in the run, but when the veggies are almost finished in… Read More The chickens are out!!!!
A bad week for the iMac and Photos behaving themselves. The new camera has been put to good use (it still doesn’t have a name though), but could I get them into my blog easily? No. I’ve had to upload them to photos, then copy and paste them to a folder on teh desk… Read More Geocaching and a few pictures of the garden