Pesach intentions

Posted by Jeni in Ad Infinitum | 17 April 2019

So, having hit 70 I have no excuses.

The gym beckons

Gardening beckons.

Walking beckons.

Crabs, or should I say carbs, sugar and dairy have gone the way of the duckbilled platypus.

I'm having new publicity pics taken.

I have a new agent.

I've written all my thank you letters.

I've had my roots done.

I've booked the gardener for tomorrow to re-plant all the roses next to the Japonica.

I've bought a Passion Flower to climb the walls.

Bought a Gardenia to make me think of Billy Holiday

I've bought Jasmine to make the kitchen wall smell nice

I've bought a load of Delphiniums to pretend I have a thriving cottage garden.

Today I spring cleaned half the kitchen. Cant reach the ceiling in the other half, so all guests will have to turn North North east.

Planted a scented Viola that the dawter bought me for mothers day.

Tonight I shall watch the telly after picking up the old git from the station.

I applaud the extinction rebels. If I were thirty years younger I would be on the street too.

I've just had a cookie and a latte, carbs and sugar.

Blimy my intention only last half a page. Happy easter y'all

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1. At April 17, 2019 5:23 PM Lyn Misselbrook wrote:

Is the soil not alkaline/acid (i’m Not a gardener so I don’t know) enough for a magnolia? Such a brief but beautiful blossom in spring - my time of year starting to edge me into the light!
Have a splendid time - hope to see you early May ?!

2. At April 30, 2019 8:09 AM Laz wrote:

Pesach came and went! Happy birthday once again! Wow! Your daughter is amazing for organising the surprise party! Really lovely!
I wish you once again a happy and healthy life ahead but be sure to do your part by exercising at least 3 times a week to get your heart racing and also some resistance exercises too with weights etc.
All my love and hugs,

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