I got another, second-hand, PC and monitor yesterday morning along with a new, for free, mouse. After lunch when it was all tidied up and reconnected I sat down and spent the rest of the day setting it up and down loading various programmes. Anyway it’s all working fine and it’s good not to have it keep freezing up on me.
I was on hut duty this morning when Mary, a plot neighbour, came in for some eight foot bamboo canes. She mentioned that she had something for me so I carried the canes across to her plot to see what it was. She said that she hoped I would like it, which I do, and would find it a good home on my plot, which I have. So meet Fox Juniorwho has taken up residency by the log pile.
I’ve been plotting every day last week, mostly sowing flower seeds, so today I just pottered. Whilst doing so Margo, another neighbour, gave me a couple of clumps of forget-me-notsand some day lilies, all of which I planted and watered in.
That’s all I did except to mulch around the strawberries which now have lots of flowers on them
There are two interesting looking programmmes on TV next week. On BBC2 Tuesday at 9.00pm is Cruickshank on Kew: the Garden that changed the World and on BBC2 Wednesday at 9.00pm is Rain, a documentary which explores the science and significance of rain.
I hope to do my meme entry on Six Plants I Can’t Live Without on Tuesday, that is if I’ve decided which ones they are by then!