Monthly Archives: November 2008

It’s that time again…

{mosimage}Yep, it’s time once again to brag about how well my garden is doing. Actually, these posts aren’t just to show off. They actually help keep me motivated when I feel like nothing’s happening. Because I can go back and look at the last set of pictures and WOW! Heaps has happened since then. Oh, and by the way, those little nuggets on the soil are alpaca poo.

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Apricot on our tree

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My one lettuce and a few spring onions

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Jack-o-lantern pumpkins with flowers! And watermelons in front.

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My broccoli and cauliflower plants, and I was especially happy to see the next thing:

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My first broccoli head!

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Two of my three rockmelon plants

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The rogue pumpkin that started growing in the midst of the broccoli & cauliflower. I transplanted it to the other end of the garden where it’s actually doing quite well.

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And my lone strawberry plant.

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I’m so happy, feeling snappy…

{mosimage}So I had the opportunity to use a snap press this weekend, for some nappies that I was making for myself. (I mean for myself to use on my own children – I certainly won’t be wearing them.) And as sore as my arms are today after using it for seventy-two snap pieces, I liked it. It’s much much easier than sewing the velcro on each one. Takes about the same amount of time as sewing on the velcro, but it’s less fiddly. And little kids work out how to undo velcro a lot sooner than they work out snaps. So now of course I want one. So I told Darrin to get me one for Christmas. 🙂
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New vids

We’ve put some new Caleb videos up on the video page. So if you’ve got the address you might wanna go have a look at them.

Again, if you don’t have the address and you want it, and we know you (and we know we know you), just ask and we’ll probably give it to you.
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