THE PERFECT END TO A HOLIDAY LONG WEEKEND

THIS morning's fog has lifted revealing another glorious autumn blue-sky day. Three loads of washing will go out on the line this mor...


THIS morning's fog has lifted revealing another glorious autumn blue-sky day. Three loads of washing will go out on the line this morning. Manure and compost will be dug into a garden bed I freed of summer annuals two days ago and new seedlings and seeds will go in. I'll go for a run, eat good food, write a little, read a little (see below), knit a little: what a perfect end to a holiday long weekend.

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  1. I love your words Katie. My world has felt a bit upside down lately...your posts are more reassuring than you might realize. Thank you.

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    1. Jane, my pleasure. It's changed immensely, this blogging caper, but I feel there are still my kinda people out there - and their kind words. Ta.

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  2. That does sound like the perfect way to spend the last day of Easter break..... I planted some artichokes today..first time ever.. see how they go.

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    1. Love artichokes. They always look so beautiful in the vegie patch.

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