Letting a Wild Thing Grow

A year went by without Rupert mentioning anything, but that didn’t mean he stopped thinking about it. You saw the references in his every move. In his hobby, his obsession, most especially. “That’s the last of them, I think,” he’d said, laying golden roses on the kitchen table. You’d looked out the window to the … Continue reading Letting a Wild Thing Grow

Operation: Garden. One Year Later

"To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow."Audrey Hepburn From overgrown mess to native garden Time flies. Just over a year ago I blogged about starting work on my garden. So here we are: I'm going to show how it's gone. I have to say, I'm pretty darn proud, too. Warning: lots of pictures … Continue reading Operation: Garden. One Year Later

Whodunnit

There’s writing on the wall, They even wrote a name;I call the children outAnd ask them who’s to blame.‘It wasn’t me,’ says Becca,‘It wasn’t Tommy neither!’I can’t get a confessionOut of Tommy either.Then Becca gets a boardAnd Tommy gets the chalk,And both the children drawAnd give a little talk:They made a friend, they say,Who told … Continue reading Whodunnit