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Pretty gardening

Off to lunch with Niall’s family today, so I tried to cram as much into the morning as I could. First I made raspberry ice cream with some of the berries from our garden. Yum – it’s lovely (will have … Continue reading

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Leading Lines

Uncertain days following the Brexit fiasco, but as ever my surroundings soothe me and I am happy to be up here. Selfish worries about the possibility of rising mortgage payments, losses to my future pension and all of that mean … Continue reading

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Here

Sun, then a quick burst of rain, then sun again this morning. After some messing around on the internet (research!) I put on a pan of soup for work lunches and then headed out into the garden and planted my … Continue reading

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Bursting

Yesterday was a beautiful spring day – blue skies and weather almost warm enough to start thinking about barbecues. Niall started cleaning off the patio slabs and I grabbed my camera and took a couple of pics. Here’s our forsythia … Continue reading

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Along the way, take time to smell the flowers

I love gardening, and I am also fond of gardening metaphors.  It’s one of the many things I like about Deleuze and Guattari’s metaphor (?) of the rhizome and  Dave Cormier’s rhizomatic learning – the botanical themes that run through and … Continue reading

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