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It Is Wednesday...

A Few Matters of Trivia about Wednesday:
1. Wednesday is named after Woden, the most important God in the German pantheon, often identified with the Norse God Odin.

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Stolen Fruit

Nature can be a cruel mother. For all her generosity and beauty, she can wound as easily as she charms. Don’t worry, I haven’t lost it and become some navel-gazing countryside poet -it’s just that I have spent the last two months suffering from and being treated for Lyme disease -a peculiar, tick-borne illness. 938 more words

Food Chatter

Letting Go: Using Falling Leaf Essences to Ease Into Autumn

Somehow, we again find ourselves in Autumn. October, to be specific.  And although these past few weeks have felt more like the deep heat of Summer, signs of fall are appending to Summer’s coattails like burs.  1,085 more words

Journal

The crab apple tree artwork has arrived...

As usual Philip in the Laser Company did a wonderful job on these pieces.  See The Laser Company for more information on all the other series they offer. 39 more words

The Trees

Crab apple - process behind the artwork

The process behind the development of the artwork for the crab apple tree. See image above – a sample of one of the ten perspex pieces being etched and laser cut by Philip in the… 202 more words

The Trees

Behind the artworks - The Crab Apple Tree

The Crab Apple Tree, Malus ‘Golden Hornet’ (Trinity Tree number 298). Inside the Rose garden.

The Crab Apple is a small tree, bearing attractive pink/white apple blossoms in the spring and small apples in the autumn. 277 more words

The Trees

Crab apple jelly

I love stocking the cupboard with crab apple jelly, It’s great spread on toast, dolloped onto porridge or served with pork. It’s a fantastic pinky orange colour. 187 more words

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