Day: March 31, 2011

  • Anti-Cuts Protests, 26 March 2011

    Last Saturday, I walked alongside at least 250,000 (and maybe as many as 500,000) other Britons to protest the cuts planned in the name of balancing the un-balanceable chequebook of capitalism. Apparently, we’re in terrible debt. O RLY? Here’s the lie. We are in a debt crisis. Our national debt is dangerously and historically high.…

  • Garden Springing

    The seasons roll round and the daffodils are up to say hello again. They’re bittersweet for me since the girl who planted them isn’t here to see them any more. This is the third time she’s missed them. I wish she could see how lovely her garden looks.

  • Cherry Blossom 2011

    Every year, I take pics of the cherry blossom in my garden. I never get bored of the teeny, tiny flowers and the way they seem to be turning their faces up to the sun, squinting and grinning. Click the pic for a gallery!

  • Carsington With Rose

    Last week, Rose and I went round Carsington. I’ve been there loads but it never fails to give me a sense of peace and perspective. I love the way it changes and stays the same. Also, the swans and geese were particularly solicitous. Click the pic to see more.