Tag Archives: Growing food

In the time of the virus: day 11

This morning, for no particular reason, I woke up out of sorts and crabby.  I slept well, the sun was shining, and no-one I know is ill at the moment – all good reasons for feeling cheery and upbeat.  Sometimes … Continue reading

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In the time of the virus: day 10

A good day.  Mostly.  How lucky I am to be able to say that right now. Garden/allotment – I went to the Farm to collect some plants originally intended for our fund-raising plant sale.  Some I will use in my … Continue reading

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In the time of the virus: day 3

Already, just a few days in, I’m learning more about what makes me tick and what ticks me off.  Trying to focus on the former, and let go of the latter. Garden/allotment – today was an allotment day.  I had a … Continue reading

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In the time of the virus: day 2

As the saying goes, what a difference a day makes. Although for us, we think the new measures won’t make a massive difference, as we were already pretty much practicing this way of being.  The new normal (until the next … Continue reading

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In the time of the virus: day 1

I know this isn’t really day 1 in any sense at all, but for me it’s the first day putting my personal plan into action.  I’m trying hard to focus not on what we can’t do, but on what we … Continue reading

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January round up

That was an odd month.  Beset by a (minor but persistent) bug that got Malcolm several times and me just once (thankfully), we did far less than planned and intended. A visit to London to see good friends was postponed … Continue reading

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Six good things (not) on Saturday (October 2019)

Well it would have been 5 on Friday, then moved to 6 on Saturday; 6 on Sunday.  And still I hadn’t finished writing.  I have now.  It may not alliterate but at least it’s finished.   Because heaven knows in … Continue reading

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