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in The potting shed
It's just that my youthful good looks are deceptive
Wow you have all been busy - brought back loads of memories
I have thought of a couple more cowboys I liked watching
Dean - I love the buckets - lucky you
I thought I would start Flower of the Day again
Pam LL x
In bed listening to radio -4 extra-happy days
Shed at the moment... left twiggy thing is sambucas nigra
I cant lay in geoff, get a headache
Wet, wet, wet here, and set to continue.
bunnysgarden wrote (see)
Then I shall dig out my rhs garden plant book, may actually treat myself to another book. Do any of you use a favourite book ? Whose is it ?
I have several shelves of gardening books. If I had to choose one to take to the desert island it would be The Lazy Gardener by Mara Grey. It's not about bumming around, but it's very philosophical. She spent many years with North American indians learning why they do things. But it's not a book for anyone who thinks gardening is just about growing potatoes.
Morning all. Bunny, I still use a really old book from Readers Digest called "Food from your Garden" for veg growing. I have lots of flower gardening books, can't say which I like best, but I like Alan Titchmarch's style of writing. Always read his page first in GW magazine.
Off to church in a minute then out to lunch.
Morning fork folk.
Raining again, seems set for the day.
???????????? that's Cantonese so my spies tell me. Happy year of the Snake. I'm a dragon, btw.
Have a good day.
Oh no, the Chinese has turned into question marks and it's not as if I'm using an ipad!
This will work
Hoping this says what I think it does! I taught with a chap who was brought up in China and he was sometimes amused by what was written on cards and pictures which had characters on. Apparently some wags would write things like 'What a clever artist I am!'