Another week, another rise in Covid cases, but also a rise in those getting vaccinated, which at least is a … More
This week’s small pleasures #252
I’m not sure where the week has gone. It is Monday evening here again, and time for another round up … More
A seat at the table: The Pandemic Pack Collaborative Cookbook Part 1
I’m a day late for the the What’s On My Plate Challenge hosted by TheWidowBadass and Retirement Reflections. No excuse really, other than … More
This week’s small pleasures #244
I wasn’t sure where to begin with this week’s small pleasures – sunny days? Or should I mention getting dates … More
Six on Saturday 26.06.21
Oh what a miserable, grey and wet day it is here! Not a day to be out and gardening, or even taking photos for the blog. At least we heard there were no more community cases of Covid-19 after last week’s scare. Keep you fingers crossed for us that it stays like that!
Six on Saturday 12.06.21
As we approach the shortest day, the weather remains mild here, with day time temperatures up to 16 or 17C, with nights around 12C. With the odd bits of rain as well, things continue to grow well out there. I’ve been able to get out and tidy a bit, but with so many pots now on the terrace, reaching the ones at the back (sorry curry plant and thyme). I really need a reorganisation somehow!
This week’s small pleasures #235
Some weeks are better than others, and what with not feeling particularly well at the start, and then some pretty miserable weather at the end, it wasn’t the best week.
Words on Wednesday: shades of autumn
Although summer is my favourite season (if I had to have one), there is a lot to like about autumn … More
This week’s small pleasures #232
I always start this post on a Sunday, and to be honest had to really think about what to write … More
Wordless Wednesday: fungi
For this week’s Wordless Wednesday, come with me and look at some of the fungi I spotted in Zealandia on … More