Monthly Archives: November 2017

Purple Rain

After work yesterday I went, briefly, to Unley. This post is not about the market I went to, nor about the rain that threw itself out of the sky in a blast of weather at about that time (it was … Continue reading

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Mag’s blog

Following up from last week’s post, which was inspired by Mag Merrilees and her terrific book Tales Queer and Familiar, here is a link to her blog, where ‘Tales…’ make their first appearances. You may like to subscribe. The latest … Continue reading

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Sowing seeds

A Turk’s turban pumpkin – seedling on left (in the garden in Auburn) and the fully grown thing (photo from the internet). I wrote this post in the early days of this blog (November 2013 to be exact), but didn’t … Continue reading

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Putting down the stone

Today was the first day of the Feast Festival here in Adelaide, and I went to a book-reading in the city by Mag Merrilees, whose warm and funny book Fables Queer and Familiar has featured here before. It was a … Continue reading

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Bee happy

Today was the final day of the bee project that started a few weeks ago. The idea was to make pots to grow plants that will attract bees as part of CHO’s Year of the Bee activities.  It was great … Continue reading

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