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And the moon already fell into the sea

I was on call this weekend, which, as you've all heard me mention about a million times before, means I stay at home and take press calls and write press releases about incidents the organisation I work for has been been involved in.  This weekend was particularly busy so I didn't get to see much of the sunshine, but it's my last weekend of being on call before I move to my new job next month so I didn't mind too much.

We're really lucky that we have a garden however, so I did grab half an hour to appreciate all the things going on out there.  You might remember that a few months we had a bit of a garden overhaul and planted lots of new things and I find it really exciting (I'm a geek, I know) to see things springing up.  I particularly love the mallow, which I started with some seeds on the bedroom windowsill and now seems to be taking over one corner of our garden. 





I'm not sure what the above two flowers are, they're from a collection of plugs I bought that were on sale online.


We've been growing lots of vegetables in raised beds this year.  This beetroot looks about ready to be plucked out, and here's our onions waiting to be eaten...


I had been hankering for steak ever since I saw Gem's amazing recipe for the perfect steak sandwich so we had that for dinner in the garden with new potato and lemon kebabs. 



I hope you all enjoyed the sunshine this weekend and managed to make the most of it.  Keeping my fingers crossed it stays all week!


14 comments

  1. Yummmm your vegetables look lovely!
    I think my beetroot are ready to be dug up too :) yay!!
    x x x

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  2. Ah that yummy food makes me huuuungry!

    Charlotte xo
    http://paperplanesinplaygroundgames.blogspot.com

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  3. That food looks beautiful! Such lovely floweryness too :) x

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  4. So pretty! I cant wait for october so me and boy can start on our garden, handy that he knows how to do decking and has lots of strong friends who'll work for a beer and a burger too xoxoox

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  5. You put me and my terrible garden to shame! Look at the beautiful flowers and veg! This is amazing Rosie. Totally not a geek.x

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  6. O my Good god ROSIE, i now desperately want a garden. X

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  7. I love fresh food from the garden.

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  8. These are the prettiest photos :)

    I wish I was good with plants!

    Becky | life.style.flash. x

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  9. I did the whole "look, look at this, we need to have a garden like this!" to my boyfriend ha! Our garden is shameful, we mow the grass but we're not very partial to a strimmer! Plus we rent so it's hard getting that motivation to do something with the garden when it's not actually ours!! Beautiful flowers :)

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  10. Oh your blog is going to be the death of me next year when I dont have a garden! Least I'll have the veggie plot at school to work on! I'll be coming to you for advice!! x

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  11. Those flowers are just gorgeous, hope it wasn't *too* stressful a weekend- I too was on call, although it poured rain here...

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  12. Wow, your flower photographs are gorgeous
    xx
    rococ0.blogspot.com

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