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.

Digging and digs

A woman walked into a bar with a hoe in her hand...

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 →

Raised bed

The main thing is that I have made a start, and the back of my mind can get busy on thinking about other things that need to happen next.

New road

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

The combined forces of bean soup and a wobbly piling system have left me with no choice but to retreat into my headspace.

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 →

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