Out and About
Grandkids on half term called for a visit to Knaresborough
Spring displays at RHS Harlow Carr
Can anyone identify this snowdrop which I have in my garden. If it turns out to be worth a fortune, I’ll give you a cut of the profits, or at least a bulb!
We had a very amusing and enlightening talk at our gardening club by Ben Emmott on the sex lives plants, which you can hear about here: http://gardenersfridayforum.blogspot.co.uk/2014/02/the-sex-lives-of-plants.htm
The garlic is looking good at the allotment where I am a volunteer.
Read: First part of Lost Innocence by Simon Palmer. Contains a graphic account of a Thai prison but compelling reading as the story twists and turns.
|Keeping up my weekly challenge of Write 1 Sub 1|
Seen: “The Flat” an Israeli film, written and directed by Arnon Goldfinger. A documentary about cleaning out his grandmother’s flat and of the correspondence which the family found there.
I’m also watching Hostages on TV. Thrilling!