3rd January 2011

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    A touch too much Good Life at an impressionable age?

    The allotment: as if I don't have enough guilt in my life with 2 children and a part time job that should be full time. And a cat. And a garden. Oh and a husband,

    Haven't made it down there for months between the snow & grumpy ill children. Got some blackcurrant bushes from the ILs last week and they needed to go in the ground before the snow comes again. Surprisingly, it was lovely digging down there, nice & soft and easy. Got the bushes plantedm plus some garlic which I've had for 3 months now. Oops. Still, the leeks are growing and the onions too, although I've culled the cabbage.

    And we had a bagful of root veg worth, oooh, almost £2. More if you count it as organic. That's worth a year of guilt and days of weeding, isn't it? I heard they even sell them in Tescos these days...

    *Evelina*, and 8 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. December DW 40 months ago | reply

      Those veg look lovely, far more appetising that supermarket ones I'll wager ;)

    2. J the B 40 months ago | reply

      oh wonderful!

    3. -spudballoo- 40 months ago | reply

      Ha! Our gardener (ahem) cleared a bed for us today and handed us a big bag of carrots and beetroots. RESULT! x

    4. Tilly Floss 40 months ago | reply

      We have an allotment for the new year, I'm hoping for great veg and fab shots like this

    5. Mitch Rees 40 months ago | reply

      Looks very good and the colours are really eye catching

    6. scribbletaylor 40 months ago | reply

      Love the muddiness. It's a very good thing your allotment even if it is a whole heap of work.

    7. japnart 40 months ago | reply

      lovely veg, even the mud looks good. I think an allotment is brilliant for children, I'm far too lazy though. I do love a good bit of digging though x

    8. *Helen Weir* 40 months ago | reply

      I would love an allotment! But make do with a raised veg bed in the garden. Its hard work!

    9. La Flaf 40 months ago | reply

      Jap, you're welcome to the digging and the mud. I'll even let you take a parsnip or two home. It's great for the children... for about 10 mins, then they pour water over each other and start crying to go home because they're cold, wet and are scared of a centipede *rolls eyes*.

    10. japnart 40 months ago | reply

      Quite happy to dig for some veg, but yes, I see where you're coming from with the children, lol! x

    11. clogsilk 40 months ago | reply

      Lol!! This is a fab shot!

    12. 'Betty W' 40 months ago | reply

      wow you have so much energy. Iovely carrots too!

    13. Liz du Canada 40 months ago | reply

      Lol at the allotment guilt. I know of which you speak. My garden was so neglected this year.

    14. Bond Girly 40 months ago | reply

      This is lovely and god you're dedicated having an allotment along with everything else!

    15. Jeannie.H 40 months ago | reply

      This is great! I'm very jealous, I'd love an allotment (although I'm not sure where I'd find the time to grow anything!)

    16. Soleil is me. 40 months ago | reply

      Wow..; Your image is so Gorgeous Artwork and I love it :)
      Take care and love yourself everyday then you can love others...
      Best regards,
      Sunny

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