The rollercoaster of great anticipation/ trepidation continues. I’m sure Little Seedpod has run out of space in my belly and its new schedule of awakeness and boisterous antics appears to be ‘Ha! There is no Schedule!’ It would be nice to know when Little Seedpod is going to come out. It would be even nicer … More Things Are Happening, Except Little Seedpod’s Appearance
We’ve had an unusual cold snap. Outside it was 11degC (it had gotten down to 2degC overnight) and frigid rain was falling. It isn’t autumn or winter here. I found myself making Christmas decorations with the fire going and listening to ‘White Christmas’, 10 days out from the first month of Summer, and I thought, … More A White Christmas?
I cannot imagine a garden without herbs. They are the powerhouses of food preparation, the behind-the-scenes workers, or the jazz hands on the dinner plate. We need this stuff to make our food awesome. The most-used herbs in our household at the moment would probably be chives, parsley, basil, oregano and rosemary. But there are … More Herbs: The Powerhouses of Food Preparation
Yeah, it’s a bit like bushwhacking in my garden at the moment. The Husband finally did the lawns yesterday, so we are no longer the scourge of the neighbourhood. I didn’t get to finish my work in the vege garden last weekend, so various vege plants were still trying to take over the world. The potatoes … More Bushwhacking in The Garden