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Verdun - ((hugs)) - such a difficult time for you and your Mum. The most important thing is choosing whats best for her. will be thinking of you ....
Fairy - yes tennis is on sky (we live in such a ravine that sky is the only way we can get any telly) - well it would be if there wasn't currently a thunderstorm in NY - what they need is a retractable roof
Lovely pics Art - i have greenhouse envy, sundial envy, gazebo envy .....
So glad you had a lovely day, and the sun came out
Will make sure i time my sissinghurst visit for june next year .... along with 3 Million other visitors, most of them on coaches
Looks fantastic - as you say, a haven in the making
Looking forward to the step by step pics
Woody - can you email your iPhone photos to yourself, then pick them up from your Macbook to post on here?
Evening all - sounds like a busy day all round. Did my weeding (well some of it) - then the weather was so nice we took the bikes for a spin. Beautiful out there.
OH bought himself a greek cookbook on holiday, so we have just had stuffed peppers, kebabs with spices bought from the Athens market (wow, what a place, never smelt anything like it), and curly fries (not greek, i fear, but yummy).
and now there is tennis to watch
like that whirlwind Maybe i can find room to squeeze a couple more in at the front
Oops - just noticed there is a great big shadow of me in that picture
Lovely Victoria - mine are still going too - seems to have been an incredibly long season for them this year,
this weekends stars are the anenomes. Wild swan has decided to turn her back on the path - which is lucky as her backside is her best bit anyway. And then lots of Hon Jou, and some pink ones i can't remember the names of .... Queen Charlotte has buds, but yet to put in an appearance
Lovely border from caral's NDN, and love that glad Forester - am looking for one that colour for my "hot" patch next year - does it have a name?