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It continues to be a little parky, but the sun was shining and I am still on holiday – and lets face it, the gardening isn’t going to go away just because the wind is from the East and the … Continue reading
It is so Spring-like here that Handsome has decided it is time he started to cycle into work again. We have fat sheep in the field at the bottom of the garden (lambs soon), snowdrops flowering madly everywhere I didn’t … Continue reading
I did call this blog “it’s not like I have time to do this”, and sometimes, I just don’t! So, lets gloss over the longish gap since I last wrote anything down, because I have been, in that time – … Continue reading
It's been another glorious day, and I've been outside in the garden for all of it. We've planted things, and prepared beds to plant more things; replaced the water-butt (a casualty of the extremely cold winter – it froze solid … Continue reading
Today was a glorious (late) spring day; the first time this year that it has really felt warm outside. Handsome was up early and out in the garden before I had really surfaced. I need at least two cups of … Continue reading
Finally – it's been a long winter. And there are lots of very fat sheep in the fields around – lambs soon.