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Wow! It’s a really, really chilly one today and the wind is very unkind.
The days seem to be flying by and I seem to be stalled in low gear and unable to shift into “drive!”
Our ancestors planted food out of necessity and here we all are, alive, just to prove it worked.
By all means experiment if you have room for the ones you usually grow but do try a row of the new variety as an experiment.
The start of another year and we wonder what it will bring.
If might be a good idea to buy yourself a row-boat for Christmas in case we get marooned.
I don’t want you to get too excited, so I’ll mention that Christmas is fast approaching.
We honour them still, just over 60 years later, for their bravery.
There were students who worked at night, those who house (or baby) sat, part-time to pay for text books or to pay for clothing.
But like so many lovely things in life, it wasn’t practical, so it had to go.
The balcony is looking very bare but those wonderful geraniums are still standing tall and beautiful.
What a gal! I loved Lucy, as did everyone who knew her.
My dear husband used to say, “At least no-one is in jail!”
We are now approaching the hottest days of this summer, so decide now what clothes you can shed, before being arrested.
I know I’m old, but I’m not quite dead yet!
Suddenly it’s summer. This may be early June but it feels more like the end of July or the beginning of August. It is hot, baby, hot!
Once in a while one escapes and rushes away, either floating quickly east or scurrying along the road.
We have reached that time of year when you can plant most vegetables.
One of my grandsons lives in Edmonton and I’m so proud of him.
Mother’s Day is celebrated in May. Everyone has a Mother, so, for Pete’s sake, do something nice for her!