Monthly Archives: December 2010


Having plenty of time to myself today, my thoughts turned to a dear friend who died a couple of months ago from cancer, leaving behind her husband and two small children. A mutual friend said something that chimed with me … Continue reading

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After the thaw

The snow which blanketed London for a fortnight has gone, along with our parade of Christmas guests.  Mr F and JZ took granny and their mum to see the Snowman, giving me the first chance in a long time to … Continue reading

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Snow business

Not much gardening, and though the wrangling two toddlers (including one who is very dubious about snow) hasn’t been much fun, the garden has been picture perfect for Christmas:

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Winter arrives

Snow has come early again this year and I managed to grab a few pictures of the garden:

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Curse pigeons

Winter is well and truly with us.  We had snow in November for goodness sake.  I don’t have many dealings with the garden these days as it’s dark when I go to work and dark when I come home. But … Continue reading

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