Artistic harmony in wood

Artistic harmony in wood

We moved to Kent just over a year ago and ever since then my husband has wanted one particular garden project doing. It was his big dream and I was more than happy to go along with it ..but its taken just over a year to get it actually sorted out, even though we started […]

Painting with locked down nature

Painting with locked down nature

The Corona virus lock-down that started towards the end of March continues. Its been over four weeks now. No one knows how long it will last. We all know that hundreds of people are dying on a daily basis, the hospitals are doing the best they can and the rest of the country is doing […]

How things change

How things change

A few weeks ago, it was just a few words on the radio news…involving a country far away that was affecting people I didn’t know in a city I had never heard of.  But fast forward to this month, March 2020, and now it’s here and affecting people I do know. And its affecting me […]

Colour creating through nature

Colour creating through nature

It’s so nice to get back into writing again for my blog. I missed doing it when I was in the process of buying this house now in Kent, not that all the jobs are done on the house and garden by a long way, but they are on the manageable level…rather than the urgent […]

Earthy ideals

The paraphernalia of old potting sheds is something of a delight to a gardener. The sight of old clay pots stacked up high awaiting this years seeds, the well remembered spades and forks for digging, the old machinery taking the toil away from back-breaking labours, and over the whole pervades an earthiness of compost and old soil, of damp hessian, and the faint […]