Category Archives: allotment and garden

First Allotment visit of the year…

A little sunshine and look what pops up in our allotment, a little gnome!

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May and June 2012

Wowee what a few weeks we’ve had! Rubio turned one, i turned 30, we had our little teaparty to celebrate us three getting through the first year more or less in one piece…      I went back to work part time, Ed … Continue reading

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Flowers!

I love flowers! Especially at this time of year. The first bunch of dafodils are a symbolic purchase showing that Spring is here at last. But i’ve been ignoring the fact that most flowers are flown from the other side … Continue reading

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February 2012

Ever felt like all the positive energy is being sucked out of you by other people’s apathy? huh, i’ve been feeling like that recently, but an hour on the allotment this morning did what a hot bath couldn’t last night, … Continue reading

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October 2011

We have officially given up on the allotment for this year! i was starting to find it heartbreaking going there once a week and seeing our lovely plants swamped by weeds and completely unloved. i realised what a big, BIG … Continue reading

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July 2011

Thoughts about choices. .. Ahh the joy of an exhibition with a new baby. My blood pressure may never be the same . again! Of course i could have chosen not to do this, more on that later! Emily writes … Continue reading

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May/June 2011

Introducing… Rubio Henry John Joy! soon to be the focus of this blog as us new parents figure out whether or not we need to buy anything new for the little fellow. Well, so far in the last two months … Continue reading

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