- Follow pensitivity101 on WordPress.com
- 428,315 hits
Red Letter Day is a work of fiction and copyrighted to Pensitivity101 as the author.
Unless otherwise stated, feel free to copy anything else of mine for personal use.
It would be nice if you linked back to my blog when doing so.
Not to be used by commercial sites or for advertising purposes.
Please note, my personal photographs and some graphics have owner copyright (further details from Google images where applicable).
Tag Archives: veg
Hubby was listening to something on the internet about budgets yesterday and how to adapt when income has diminished to make ends meet. As we walked Maggie for the final time last night, we agreed that although we are on … Continue reading
You might remember these Well, we picked a couple more todayand I’m beginning to feel like Mrs Noah as our produce is coming in twos. It’s also a red letter day as our beefy beetroot was of a suitable size … Continue reading
Well, it’s not really the first stew of the year as we had loads in January, February and March, but the weather has turned so it’s STEW TIME!!!! Hubby said it had been raining persistently since about 4 am but … Continue reading
The tomato plants have joined the green beans and we now have no veg plots as such in the garden anymore. We bought a tarpaulin today and have covered our compost heap so that the vegetation can rot down and … Continue reading
Well, apart from the fish which came out of the freezer! We’d pulled our potatoes and the tomato plants in the same bed, which has now been dug over and sprinkled with grass seed. The tomatoes there were all green … Continue reading
Well, what can I say? Hubby knows his onions, and of the set of 50 we planted, we got a yield of about 90% and something like 10kg of produce. They were harvested yesterday and now need them to dry … Continue reading
I mentioned in my previous post the state of our garden. Hubby and I got out there before the next band of rain was due to hit and tidied up what we could. The tomatoes are overladen, so we have … Continue reading
Haven’t done one of these for a while, but things are thriving! You’ve already seen our gooseberries (Photo July 16th) I confess to eating our one raspberry as the blackbirds got the others, but today I picked our first tomato! It … Continue reading
The veg is doing quite well despite the heat as Hubby is religiously watering the garden every other day. Look at our beans! We have two varieties growing side by side, so have red and white flowers. They are almost … Continue reading