In a garden like this I get to see things changing – get to watch while they change. Never missing the intervals… the transition.
It’s one of those blustry end of August days I love so much – the wind reminds me of the sea. And in the garden the last roses, colours becoming mellow, softer.
Sunday 29th August 2010
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An evening with friends
Happy Birthday Andrin
31st July 2010
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Today in the garden
All around people are complaining about the weather. Since the beginning of May we’ve had rain, every day.
The Secret garden
Picking up branches – clearing paths, preparing for blossoms and other things to come. That’s today in the garden.
Village fountains in the snow…
It is spring in Appenzellerland – it’s a bit like a dance; one step forward, two steps back… One has to be patient for spring flowers to blossom here.
To speak of spring when a heavy blanket of snow is still covering the ground might seem like wishful thinking but believe me, being Irish, since St.
‘Tell me what you eat and I will tell you what you are’
In a world of constant change it is comforting to know that some things have been done the same way for hundreds of years…