And so you pour yourself into it, care so much, and see up close so much birth, and growth, and beauty, and danger, and triumph. And then everything dies anyway, right? But you just keep doing it.
Thursday, 8th October 2020 Until I retired in 2013 I had lost interest in my garden. The love of gardening that was there 30 years
Tuesday, 6th October 2020 The patio pots brightened my heart all summer. I loved making almost weekly changes, adding pots here and there and moving
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
Thursday, 1st October 2020. It’s October already. Seize the moment, my friends. Yesterday I figured out that because of all the seed packets I ordered,
It has been a wonderful week for gardening. Warm and dry. Ideal weather for a t-shirt, be it red or otherwise.
Date: September 2014. written on Wednesday,16th September 2020. The timber shed was demolished, to be replaced by a steel one. We’d had it for nearly
Sit with yourself: Do nothing, breathe and watch yourself.
After a while, you will feel a positive change inside.
Tuesday, 8th September 2020. As a bald man, I’ve skinned my head badly on a regular basis when entering the glasshouse. The sharp lintel is
Thursday, 3rd September 2020. I’ve been saying it for many years and I’d been thinking it for a few years prior to saying it. Now
The gable end of the new shed is just crying out for some climbing plants. I’ll somehow need to attach something to it that will enable plants to climb. Of course, additionally, I’ll need to plant a plant or two, preferably climbers.
15th February 2017. The last time I turned on the old propagator was way back in nineteen ninety something. Donald J Trump, now the Oval
16th January 2017. It’s Monday again, so time for some cheering up. The good thing is that I’m easily cheered up. It only takes one