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Category Archives: 2015 – Counting our blessings
After the beautiful Autumn we are really paying for it now with monsoon/hurricane like weather. Fortunately the cottages are on high ground so the floods don’t effect us at home, but on Saturday night I couldn’t get home due to … Continue reading
One of my weaknesses in life are roses and this year I’ve taken it to the extreme – I’m putting in hundreds of roses in my new rose garden. The majority of them have been chosen for their perfume, just … Continue reading
Since we returned from Edinburgh our little Benji has had trouble sleeping all night, fortunately we have found the solution! One very cosy spaniel.
The weather this autumn has been beautiful, in fact its hardly rained and even though my roses have arrived and are waiting to be planted, I’ve had to leave them in their pots for another week as the ground is … Continue reading
The humpback whales are back again. See this amazing video by Nic Slocum of Whale Watch West Cork.
I’m in my element. I’ve just taken part in the first Wedding Flower course at the Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh. The course covered everything from the Bride’s bouquet to buttonholes, flowers for the cake and table decorations. I was like … Continue reading