Planted some tulip bulbs in pots. Kept them in the conservatory and when they started to flower I brought them in and placed them on a windowsill. They have been flowering one after the other for over a month! I think I prefer them to other pot plants, the leafy variety such as my begonia… Continue reading Parrot Tulips
My three little friends are moving because my downstairs toilet room is being re-decorated. I think it’s time to change the theme. My eldest grandson is over twenty years old and researching something or other at Cardiff University and my eldest Granddaughter is at Uni. doing Media Studies. It is time to change! I’ll let… Continue reading Winnie the Pooh Bathroom
The weather has been so terrible that I have not been able to walk to the top of my garden. Louise took the dogs up and kindly took some photos for me. It was frosty that day so the flowers looked frozen. Mungo had to show us up by sitting on the Snowdrops!!! The… Continue reading Snowdrops
Each year the number of cards I send decreases - yet I have more friends! Our way of life changes and I suppose we try to change and keep up. We may not always manage it but is it important to try? In my opinion, it is. As we are lucky enough to live in… Continue reading Christmas Cards
My visitor last Saturday made a delicious salad. This dressing would be good on meat and mixed in with pasta. I think I shall use this recipe and cook it with a roast dinner.
I’ve just had part of my novel edited and I’m ashamed to say that the bulk of my red crosses (sometimes green) appeared where I omitted or used the incorrect punctuation. At my Writing Group we usually read out our latest chapter followed by members giving us a critique. They don’t see the punctuation or… Continue reading Punctuation
Sybil buried her head in her mother’s shawl. ‘How can God be so cruel?’ She sobbed. ‘There is no answer to that question. At least he showed our family some mercy when he sent Jason back to us.’ My Books - Cry for me Argentina http://amzn.to/1AtUeXC