Saturday, April 11, 2009


I am beginning to wonder if this blog could be arranged like pages in a book rather than as a long vertical line! It would be easier to follow.

Yes, I am back home, and have been since 25th, but am writing up the blog from here - perhaps I 'll put dates in on the titles and that may help.

I'm actually sitting up in bed with my breakfast coffee, writing this!

Since coming home I've managed two rounds of golf (including one birdie!), dug out three compost heaps and dug the patch. Tim is digging a little extra along one side because I've bought some more raspberry canes and am hoping to put them in today.I have potatoes chitting and red onion sets ready to plant today too. It's looking a lot tidier!

Meriel is here for Easter and Tim and Bridgie are back. Phil called in Wednesday eve so we had a full house and Bridgie helped me make three yummy pizzas -base and all!
Bridgie hard at work.
The finished product.


  1. Happy Easter to you all at Heron House, wish we could be there to eat that yummy pizza with you.
    Jac's still in Australia having a wonderful time and I'm off to prepare an Easter meal for 125 homeless folks in San Antonio. It's something our church does every year and it's great fun.
    With love,
    Jo, Jac and Baby Tuesday

  2. I had Easter in a mildly pentecostal church in Wadebridge. The singing was good, but I'm never quite sure >who< is being clapped afterwards. Then a mosey round Probus, and the beautiful gardens at Trewithen: so many camellias!

  3. Meriel says - Yes the pizzas were delicious - we soon made short work of them. Had a lovely time over Easter. Keith and I visited 2 stately homes with relevant gardens and we all had a pleasant walk on the embankment in Bedford admiring the gorgeous displays of spring flowers.

  4. I will be traveling down south soon on a break away what were the stately homes called? I will be staying in a lovely luxury hotels in devon really looking forward to my break