Musing on gardening and life in the heart of rural Wiltshire. Well, erm Chippenham actually...
I still remember as a child the joy of walking through a deep layer of fallen leaves and kicking them in the air. I still get the urge!
Leaves, leaves and more leaves. Once you start looking at them as a valuable addition to compost they don't seem quite such a chore to pick up.I to love kicking through piles of crunchy leaves and still do . It's one of life's pleasures.
VP .. it still looks like summer there girl ! aside from a few leaves on the ground ? LOLWe Canadians go through a more dramatic change .. sort of a menopausal change compared to slight PMS seasonal change ? hahaSorry ... I am naughty .. I know : )
EG - so do I! It's one of the highlights of the year :)dnd - my niece won an art competition a couple of years ago for her picture of leaf jumping. I still love to jump!Joy - it's changing oh so rapidly here. Will be posting more soon.
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