Featured Posts in'A-Z challenge' Category

Q is for …

… quite a lot of things really!  But mostly mad about Quotes. I began jotting down uplifting quotes and snippets Read more..

P is for …

… pregnant. Which explains the lack of gardening, cooking and blogging (and G’s new nickname). 20 weeks Read more..

O is for …

… optimist.  ‘Each day, hope anew’. A friend sent us this ‘Angel of Hope’ when we were Read more..

N is for …

… nicknames. I don’t recall when G first called me Nic Noodle. Or Noodle Doodle.  Or Winkle. .Or Doris. Or Read more..

M is for …

… monster marrows. Or should I say, making sure they don’t ever grow that big again! This year I chose to Read more..

L is for …

… lovely. You’ve heard the saying ‘I’d be rich if I had a pound for every time I heard Read more..

K is for …

… kindness. . This A-Z challenge is proving to be rather thought provoking and I’ve had a bit of an inner Read more..

J is for …

… jam making. There’s something about chopping, boiling and stirring that I find so relaxing. We’re Read more..

I is for …

… inspired by old people.When I first got my allotment I spent more time researching how to grow vegetables than Read more..

H is for …

… home. Our home is a terraced house in Gloucester with patchy plaster and wonky walls.  We’ve been here Read more..