Wattle

It's that time of the year for a haircut. This prized possession in our backyard isĀ Acacia longifolia. In our part of the world it is a declared weed because it has become naturalised and grows quickly in our sandy soil. Too good to be true! But it gets better. Our rabbits eat the leaves and … Continue reading Wattle

Tuesday, Monsters & Tick Tock

The monotonous humdrum of life. That world of Tick Tock. Living by the Clock. How dragging it can be . . . Be. Here. Now. How often I find myself reminding me of this. How often I slip away from it. The distractions are often, frequent, frustrating and tedious. As an example the neighbours kids … Continue reading Tuesday, Monsters & Tick Tock

Secret Recipes for Longevity from the 1980’s

Grans diet is troublesome. And I'm not sure. But it's either rubbing off on the wee Little Fella, or he has issues. Or both. Dinner time can be amusing. Amongst the deep span of generations between Gran and the Little Fellas there is a whole galaxy of conversational mishaps and mash-ups that wizz and zip … Continue reading Secret Recipes for Longevity from the 1980’s

Further Than Now

So about a month ago I had a bit of a dump with my post Spring Convulsions. I'm better now. Aired. Light. Somewhat lifted. It is partly to do with the whole vibration of Spring around me - and partly to do with the fact that I have a tendency to keep going. I have … Continue reading Further Than Now

The Flowing of the Water

This Little Fella has seen the rise and demise of our previous garden and is now witnessing the revitalising of the soil at Tillellan and the new evolution into what is to come. Here we are happy to be tapping into greywater and allowing extra water to run between swales and soak into the ground … Continue reading The Flowing of the Water