Here in the Southern Hemisphere we are transitioning from winter to spring. None of that ‘going back to school’ or end of summer here, but a joy that the days are getting longer and a sense that it is time to make plans.
The weather this morning was odd to say the least: rain, sun, rain, sun, rain…and then sun this afternoon. We … More
Anyway, here are my Six on Saturday and thanks once again to The Propagator for allowing us to share what is going on in our gardens.
The other day, I was talking to a colleague about, would you believe, lecturers who had inspired us when we … More
Here we are in August already. Where have the days flown? I’ll soon be thinking about spring planting.
I’m about to enter a very busy period, with a mix of work trips, the New Zealand Film Festival and … More
After a week away, as we were in Auckland last weekend, there are a few new things to show and … More
As I mentioned in my last post, we were in Auckland at the weekend, and popped over to Devonport for … More
Here we are again, Monday evening, and a time for a round up of this week’s small pleasures. I missed The Propagator’s Six on Saturday this week as we were away for the weekend, but could not resist heading up this post with a photo of another of the miniature daffodils that have flowered and make our terrace look like spring.
This week’s Wordless Wednesday showcases the Wellington waterfront on Saturday morning, when we had glorious, sunny weather that was positively … More