In the Garden and Bike Riding

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Our Kye is now officially a bike rider!

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Love how his tongue sticks out as he anticipates the upcoming corner.

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And he’s off!

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Chickens scratching for insects in the early morning sunshine.

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Oh! I’m so pleased we will have apples this year!!

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Grapefruit blossoms.

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A lovely old bench has arrived from the house I lived in with my folks before I was married to my love…

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We are off to a good week, we’ve been doing quite a lot of work in the garden, re-potting plants and we have a guava tree now, I hope it survives our frosts in the winter months. I’ve been designing a cowl pattern, I knitted it up a while ago but never wrote the pattern down, so now I’ve been retracing my stitches and it’s almost finished, I’ll share more about that tomorrow.

Jen starts her grade 10 final exams on Thursday but she really isn’t well today at all, I’m holding thumbs she’ll recover quickly and be able to write.

What have you been busy with this week so far?

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4 Responses to In the Garden and Bike Riding

  1. Lies October 29, 2013 at 6:50 pm #

    Lovely photos, Linda! I am pleased for your son he is cycling – as we live in Cambridge, we cycle all the time. Great fun!

    And I just love the cowl pattern. The shape is amazing. I look forward to you publishing it.

    Hope Jen is better tomorrow,

    • Linda October 29, 2013 at 7:00 pm #

      Thanks Lies:)

      I’m so thrilled he’s riding now and the cowl should be finished soon, just need to have a quick test knit and then it will be ready.

      I really hope Jen is on the mend soon too.


  2. Lynda M Otvos October 29, 2013 at 8:44 pm #

    Best to Jen, hope she’s feeling right soon. Your blossoms and baby fruit stimulate the grower in me; our summer harvest had good spots and questions !~! This week is lap loom weaving-I’m playing with hand-dyed roving, silk, cotton and merino wool in subtle greens and blues–sky and water. Cheers Kye, riding a two-wheeler is one of life’s most delicious skill accomplishments.

  3. Janet R October 29, 2013 at 11:12 pm #

    “Holding thumbs” – is that like we say “Crossing our fingers” (for luck) in the US? Looking forward to the new cowl pattern! Blessings to your day!

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