Wednesday 5th June 2013 – Busy, busy morning.

Well once I’d said “Goodbye” to my birdies, it was time to go to the allotment. I had to leave my plot just after 12.30pm as I had to open up Christchurch ringing tower as we had visitors, and I was playing with them, so that was fun. But in 2 and a half hours I got loads done. I made lots of films in the process, so that’s more for Mark to sort out. I planted out my Popcorn Fiesta, some sunflowers that I’m planting in between various plants, just to make the plot look pretty, Butternut Squash “Hawk F1”, some Spanish Squash, and my Chop Suey Greens. I took lunch with me again, so I had a rest on my plot and looked at the methods we were going to ring. This means nothing to most of you, but to those who bell ring, means loads. Just one of the strange hobbies I have.

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4 Responses to Wednesday 5th June 2013 – Busy, busy morning.

  1. James Walker says:

    Hi Claire, I had a day off today and have spent 10 hours in our garden! – it’s been so lovely and mellowing (if there is such a word?) – just wanted to say a polite thank you as it’s down to your enthusiasm and personality that we now have herbs & veg growing everywhere and I have become a total addict! – I just hope there is a gardeners anonymous as I clearly need help!! – Thanks again Claire from a shattered, yet happy James. 😉

    • Mellowing is a perfectly good word, even if it’s not in the dictionary. That’s the problem with gardening, is it is so addictive. But I’m so glad you’ve caught the bug, but it’s a good bug. I’m so glad you had fun today. But I don’t think there is any help out there for those addicted to gardening. It is like a drug, you just need more of it.

  2. Jen says:

    Appreciate so much following your project and am learning a lot. Ditto the above, except for the 10 hours in the garden and the shattered part. . . we don’t really have a garden now!

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