Since I came back from Dorset I have spent as much time as possible in the garden. The weather is glorious. I am finding it difficult to drag myself indoors to sit at my PC as the Magic of the Garden entrances me! Jago-my youngest son and I have created a new raised bed in which to plant summer purple sprouting brocoli. It’s everyones favourite so it’s a big bed. He also has dug over a new potato patch ready for my King Edwards which are chitting as we speak!
I love working with Jago-he is such a happy soul. When he was a little boy he had a dreadful head injury which almost killed him. I prayed and prayed for his recovery but didn’t feel the God I was bought up with would understand so I called on the Goddess for the first time and She made the difference! I will tell that tale another time. Enought to say that he has a great affinity with Nature and the sea in particular and he is waiting to begin an apprenticeship at a local boat builders.
I am on my way out this evening to attend a Psychology of Vision Meeting in Canterbury- to catch up with old friends and share a cup of tea.