Onion sequel

As a hedge against the possible failure of the perfect seedling tray, I decided to plant a very short row of seeds in another bed.

Old man’s sleeve

Of course, it is not the ash of burnt roses beneath the soil.

Still life with onion

I did so love the days when my company vehicle was a 2.7 litre diesel truck, especially when it was loaded with sacks of manure for delivery to my father's garden!

Wireless

I tackled numerous little odd jobs around the house with surprising gusto.

Altruism ad absurdum

Being altruistic almost inevitably leads to disappointment. It might take decades for such high-flown principles to become threadbare, but the course is set – by destiny, even. Disappointment is on the cards. Such disappointment occurs at around 04:11, and might coincide with night thirst, caused by nothing more than sleeping with one's mouth open in... Continue Reading →

New road

They could just as easily have been called something else which provokes the imagination, or at least a stray thought.

Green spaces

This unobtrusive demonstration of the sustainability of doing nothing delighted me.

Stats & thanks

Thank you for reading my blog. I am walking on a knife's edge, as I agonise over whom to thank first: new followers – of which there have been quite a few, or those who have been reading my posts for years. Suffice to say that my gratitude, like peanut butter on a decent piece... Continue Reading →

Flesh

That title must have got you going. Far from being sensationalist, that is what I thought about at 4.00 am; the flesh of those lovely new potatoes I ate yesterday for lunch. Yes, the raison d'être of a potato is indeed described as flesh, which left me feeling somewhat disembodied and cold of flesh as... Continue Reading →

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