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It reminds me of him.

“‘In vain I have struggled. It will not do. My feelings will not be repressed. You must allow me to tell you how ardently I admire and love you.'”

— Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice

Because... The Benj

Lyrics: Lincoln Park

Lincoln Park by Milkwood (written by Benjamin Orzechowski, ©1972)

Old men playing cards

Smiling, they speak in foreign words

And every day at three

They sit and play like children after school… 140 more words

Lyrics

Ending 2017 in Hermanus

It’s a wrap!  2017 is almost gonners and will be over soon.  Last year I saw 2016 slipping away from a beach chair next to Langebaan lagoon but this year I will be home in Vermont, Hermanus. 158 more words

Travel

PSW Nov 17 Perma-Blitz

Last weekend was the final weekend of November and thus, the final Permaculture Sydney West (PSW) Perma-Blitz of the year. Like many Permaculture groups, PSW offer a garden blitz, Permaculture style, to their members after they have been to three meetings, blitzes or seed-savers, or a combination there of. 742 more words

Permaculture

Organising my Post PDC Goals

I came away from Milkwood‘s Permaculture Design Course with so many ideas that all seemed to have a certain sense of urgency.

As a bullet journal user, (bullet journalist?), I turned to my list making and organisational skills to try to make some meaning from all the information buzzing around my brain. 424 more words

Permaculture

Melkhouttak

Melkhouttak, 2017

Sideroxylon inerme

Milkwood, Melkhout

Oil on canvas, 700 x 1000mm

Melkhouttak                                                                                                                            

Neem ‘n bietjie tyd

om te kyk hoe die melkhouttak krom

tot teenaan die grond in die laatmiddag son… 58 more words

Jenny Boon

Did you know...

Bringing you this Romper from *WellMade* showing at Designer Showcase this month made me wonder where they all started~I have done some research and found out that rompers first appeared in the US in the early 90’s and was in many ways the first modern casual clothes for children as they where light and loose fitting- but styles changed from country to country becoming more and more popular in the 50’s and again in the 70’s and have regained there momentum with options for both women and in Milan this year the catwalks are showing male ones~ 419 more words