Weekend reading

22 October 2011
Stupid or lazy? I love Seth Godin, he always makes me think.

Nita at Throwback at Trapper Creek was writing about garlic as well. I am often surprised at the similarity between Nita and myself. On this visit to her blog I find we have exactly the same kind of unusual knife - the Old Timer. Mine is much more battered though.

Boys knitting! Great.

Soulepapa write on what he's lost and what he's found and includes a photo of my ideal blue gardening trolly.

There is no particular post at Purple Pear Organics, I like all of them. There are photos from their Permaculture Design Course and right down the bottom, on a walk around the farm, is a great photo of Kate dousing eggs hoping to find girls.

A new to me blog I'm enjoying very much - Tales of Ted and Agnes . I just love this kitchen.

Want to learn how to crochet? I'll let Tina lead the way. Have a look around her blog while you're there. There are some beautiful knitted dolls.

and listening ...
Here is a podcast from one of my favourite radio programs - Future Tense. It's about what we all do here, Public Thinking.

I hope you have a lovely weekend.


  1. As usual Rhonda, thanks for all the great links to some very interesting sites, and a special thankyou for putting PP on this week. It means a lot to me that you find us a worthwhile blog to recommend.

  2. Thank you for the great links Rhonda...oh to have the time to explore....but at least they are bookmarked!
    Purple pear is already a fav...hope your weekend was lovely.

    Jode x

  3. Hi
    I always wonder how you nake time for all the thigs that you do, do you get time to read so much over the weekend? I seem not to have enough time for the things I love like sitting with a book relaxed and enjoying a cup of tea...
    I would love it if you could put up a small post on how you plan your day and do so many things in a day ... I have read all your earlier posts over and over again as you are inspiring and every time I read a new post I get more and more inspired to be like you ...So just put in a few words about your daily schedule now and how you plan your activities THANKS....



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