Monthly Archives: March 2015

Outdoor Work Advances…Then More Rain

This has been a very exciting week! Once new soil was moved to separate garden areas, young dude helper #1, Ryan, mixed ammendments  specifically for our soil.  DD Sarah had sent samples to a lab for testing.  Ryan is great … Continue reading

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Being Read To!

Last year I gave the kids a book. A book on an age old theme. That book seems to still be at the top of their favorites list. The title? NAKED! They loved my friend reading it to them. Oh … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday

Fritillaria Persica

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Mud, Mud, Glorious Mud!

Mud, mud, glorious mud Nothing quite like it for cooling the blood So follow me follow, down to the hollow And there let me wallow in glorious mud Today 16 cubic yards of soil arrived by ferry to our island … Continue reading

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Old Friends

There’s something special about getting together periodically with friends from long ago. In this case, we knew these friends back in the late 1960s and have visited over the years. Our children knew each other a bit as infants. We … Continue reading

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Oh No!

 Shared from Serenity in the Garden Sunday, March 1, 2015 Nature Words Deleted from the Dictionary..oh no!  In 2009 Oxford Junior Dictionary (Oxford University Press) revealed a list of the entries it no longer felt to be relevant to a … Continue reading

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