Here we go again with my formerly-regular Just Three Things. In case you’re unfamiliar with this, I write regularly about my short early morning wander
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Here we go again with my formerly-regular Just Three Things. In case you’re unfamiliar with this, I write regularly about my early morning wander down
Agastache is also known as Hyssop and has many medicinal, herbal and culinary uses. Marion’s cycling group are known as G5. I’m going to suggest
Monday, 5th October 2020. It’s Monday and I’m cheering myself up again. Cheering Up my Monday is self-explanatory. Simply put, it’s three things I’ve noticed
With my sincere thanks to Paddy, An Irish Gardener. Please send on more good recommendations, a chara.
It’s great to look back on and I sometimes check up on myself with great satisfaction. But, as with many paper records, some day it’ll get lost or damaged.
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It’s about being alive. About noticing all the little things, because no one ever knows if it’s the last time they’ll see them. (Tamara Ireland Stone)
I thought it was wheat until my farm-raised wife upbraided me with a gentle “What would you know?”
First off, this is a bit of a cheat! I wandered the garden yesterday before breakfast. So really it’s Three on Monday to add to
Rozanne is of the Geranium clan, and I’ve loved her for many a year.
Most mornings I take a very short stroll down the garden while my boiled egg is boiling and my toast is toasting.
I missed out on my semi-regular “Cheering up My Monday” feature yesterday. I had a lot on, so the camera didn’t appear until mid-morning today,
Approaching the mid-winter solstice, my time in the garden is limited by cold and dampness. The work is done, yet it’s rewarding just to walk
Winter may not be a time for active gardening, yet it’s a good time to observe. Rather than the full-on effect of summer abundance, it