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Pepys' cat card. I'm making this my model for recuperation from any ill.
Peonies from my DH, not from the garden. The blue flowers are tweedia, an old fashioned favorite
This bouquet is a get well wish from my sister. the peonies do smell wonderful.
The wild garden, last summer a bare shady spot under extensive trees, and now... All from seed.
Cordyline in flower. We call them cabbage trees. Dr Seuess calls them Lorax trees.
This morning's rose
Roses, daisies, nasturtium, cranesbill geranium.
Tui in the flax. Hear them sing https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dlw5eYq0Kx
Rhodoendron from Pukeiti garden in Taranaki.
Before and after January 2014 round of the Cura.
Carnations, strawberries & thyme.
View to the south west.
Avatar March 2014 and goal weight.
And if you want to see what that looks like, see below.
Awaroa, Golden Bay
Walking to the river for a holiday swim.
Where is our breakfast?
Is it in here?
How you can weigh the same and still be smaller: 5lbs of fat and 5 lbs of muscle.
Avatar of 'me' in 2013 & what I am aiming at for in 2014.
My 'Now' avatar in 2011. Note I am modestly covered from head to toe.
Later. (I will be just getting round in my underwear when I reach my weight loss goal. As you do.)
Fat: 1 lb (.45 kg) and 5lb (2.2 kg)
A Fitbit recording of my first two hour Zumba session. Not my last.
All this is gone now. Gone for good!
Fifi Frizzle enjoying the spring garden.
I know i shouldn't encourage daisies in my lawn, but they are so cute...
Lake Wakatipu towards Glenorchy.
From my kitchen garden.
My local pool
Just bokking around
Tallulah, Fifi & FrouFrou Frizzle and Road Runner on an excursion.
Nesting boxes for cyber chicks in the chickiecabana.
Clematis and flax in flower
Irises, lavendar, cineraria in spring.
From the window.
Mt Victoria at dusk, with the Xmas cross.
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