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Plot 52

With little time for blogging these days there’s even less time for reading other people’s blogs.  Plot Read more..

Z is for …

… Zac. Our scrumptious new nephew.   A wee little fella at 5lb 15.5 oz but perfect in every way. 3 more months Read more..

Y is for …

… yellow. Our first item of clothing for the baby – made by its Nana and so very cute. The cats were Read more..

X is for …

… xpanding. xciting. Cheating I know (exercising creating license I like to think) but xylophones and x-rays Read more..

W is for …

… wine making. G’s had a bit of a love affair with rhubarb this year and decided to make wine for the first Read more..

U is for …

…uninspired by this letter! I could say I’m a bit untidy but the last few months I’ve gone Read more..

Jekka’s Herb Farm open days

Jenny, Flossie and I braved a rainy day at the start of April to attend Jekka McVicars first Herb Farm Open Day, near Read more..

T is for …

… tomatoes. I love tomatoes:  fresh from the vine, oven roasted, made into chutney. I even like shop bought Read more..

S is for …

… sister. Then (Christmas 1980). Now.  (Sort of – mum’s 60th birthday party in 2008). Garry lives in Read more..

R is for …

… reading. ‘Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and wisest of Read more..