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Monday, 18 August 2008

The best thing . . .



The best thing that I did today was to walk to my vegetable garden in the sunshine and to pick three ripe Cambridge Gages for my lunch.

6 comments:

  1. Wonderful to hear you are up and walking in your garden already Celia - the sunshine and gages are just a bonus. Keep getting plenty of rest!

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  2. So fab to see that you're already doing such lovely things in the garden! Take it easy. Loving PPP Lite! Simple and tasty-looking!

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  3. You have just brought back a wonderful memory. The house where I grew up had an enormous garden with many, many fruit trees. We had an enormous greengage tree. Nothing quite like it, and in my opinion sweeter than plums.

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  4. Well, if you continue along this path you'llbe back in the hurly-burly before we know it.
    And gages are a memory for me, too. Today, dashing in to return library books, I saw Rumer Godden's "Green Gage Summer" so I wonder...what will be the third gage?

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  5. Gina - little walks are about the only activity allowed this week.

    Silverpebble - the ginger studio assistant is teaching me how to chill!

    Matron - you're absolutely right - there's nothing like a honey-sweet greengage warmed by the sun and eaten straight from the tree!

    Moreidlethoughts - it will be a few weeks before I'm up and running, but I've taken the first steps. Did you find another greengage?

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  6. Greengages are delicious. I haven't had one in years. Must look out for some. x

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