Watch out, Im getting my Mojo back! (Feelin abit Austin Power -ish) I think the 'lurgy' has evolved into a major hay fever episode. And, it is no wonder, every plant is covered in flowers. And, it seems that every flower has a bee! It's one of my favourite seasons, everything is bursting with life. A joyful thing.
Have been out into the garden to take some photos for you. I fertilised on the weekend and went to Perth for a few days. I am always surprised to see how the garden grows in only a few days. Check it out...
|The Vege Patch This Morning|
The dogs have survived. Peri had toxic hepatitis. Still not sure what it was from. But starting to think it is a cortison tablet she takes every day. She and I suffer from hay fever, so we took her off the little green pill and have put her on Zyrtec. She has the odd itch, but is so much happier. I am on two Telfast 180's, should be once a day. BUT. Dish, it turns out has a bad back! And, apparently was enough to give her enough pain to 'up chuck'. My chiropractor in Perth, Kevin Carlson, offered to give her a spinal manipulation, she was very dubious of the whole procedure, but, you can see a huge difference, and she is so much happier. Thankyou Kevin.
|More Vege Patch|
I am making that shed, a garden shed, as it shelters the Quendas (a little short nosed bandicoot - tooo cute these little critters), the rabbits and the lizards. There is just one huge burrow under the floor boards and they make everything in there v dusty. So, an open hutch, masquerading as a garden shed. You can see it here supporting the most amazing Lady Banks Rose.
|The Rabbit Hutch/Garden Shed|
|The other side of The Shed|
|That's a Car In The Water! Ooops!|