Hello again! It’s been nearly two months since I last shared a blog post with you. The past two months have been spent thinking, reflecting and stitching the alphabet chart I have been working on. I needed this short break to rejuvenate and give me time to reflect on the things I want to share… Read More
How was your week? Mine was full of work, work and more work leaving little time to do anything creative. Thank goodness for a two day weekend break. The minute I get on the Friday night train I begin celebrating the freedom of two days ahead, spending time with my family, listening to loud music… Read More
I bought a bunch of white roses from the green grocer the other day. Mass produced roses but beautiful nevertheless. I thought they would be a good subject for a photography assignment I set myself. I wanted to see how the white roses photographed in different ways could produce very different photographs.
There are Roses and then there are Peony Roses. While we all love a beautiful bunch of roses nothing comes close to a glorious bunch of Peony Roses. I spend every week day at work from around 8.30 a.m to 6.00 p.m. For those of us working full time we spend more time with our… Read More
It’s the season for roses again and the garden is bursting with glorious blooms. The iceberg rose bred in Germany in 1958 is an easy rose to grow in your garden. They are resistant to most diseases including black spot. Once in full bloom the rose bush produces masses of white flowers across spring, summer… Read More
Spring is in the air and everything looks so new, green and fresh. The scent from the Jasmine growing in the garden wafts in the air making everything smell so sweet. It’s such a beautiful time of year. To celebrate this special, glorious Sunday morning here are some pretty pink things to share with you. … Read More
Hello! The first month of Autumn is almost over. Crisp mornings with beautiful, still blue sky days. Autumn is a great time to spend in the garden. The sweet pansies I bought from the nursery are calling to be planted. Remember when using potting mix not to breath it in as it contains micro organisms… Read More