The last day of 2020 and I’m pressing the Pause button. Rewinding through 2020 wouldn’t take long and fast forwarding through 2021 to plan anything would be folly
Families often start the festive celebrations by heading out together to choose a tree from their local Christmas Tree Farm. But 2020 will be different. Read these tips from Slamseys for How to Choose the Perfect Christmas Tree in 2020.
Preserving Autumn in a ritual that celebrates the late summer and autumnal abundance of the garden and hedgerows with nobody whispering Hands Face Space, Keep Your Distance, Cover Your Face, Stay Home, Eat Out or whatever the latest slogan may be.
October already! How did that happen? The long, hot summer days have faded away and autumn has taken hold. Yesterday, when I went out to shut my hens away for the night, the sun was shining and there was a pleasant breeze so I thought I’d make the most of it and take a quick walk.
Life may have changed irrevocably in many ways, but some things are just the same as ever. This week, everyone is poised and waiting for harvest. Every year in late July and early August, there are constant checks to see if any of the crops are ready to harvest and the weather forecast consulted regularlyContinue reading “Poised and Waiting”