Chief celebration, however, is that we have a new neighbour at the allotment - and from the start he's made on his digging I'd say he's going to be a welcome addition to our community. His plot has been untended for several months, so it's lovely to see the weeds coming down and the soil being turned.
|This wilderness is disappearing|
Have a good weekend, folks.
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The allotment looks lovely and I'm glad there's someone new to care for his spot. Congrats on word-wrangling, teaching, and urban walks. I hope you have a lovely time at the music show your son organized!ReplyDelete
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What a lovely garden and add that to evening music, and it sounds amazing. Enjoy!ReplyDelete
Here's to enjoying your pint at your son's music show! Have a lovely week!
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Enjoy your long weekend, Julia!ReplyDelete
Sounds like it'll be a fun weekend.ReplyDelete
I'm intrigued by the 'urban' walks. I don't know why, but it conjures up images of red-bricked factories and iron bridges!ReplyDelete
You're not far wrong, Wendy. There are some lovely remnants of the boot and shoe industry in our town, and, if you look up, some fabulous architecture.Delete