4 May 2018

Weekend reading

It's unheard of around here but I've been out three mornings in a row this week. On Tuesday I went along to my GP for a flu vaccination and ended up having the Pneumococcal vaccine as well. Apparently it's a one-off jab that will help protect me from a few nasty diseases and along with the flu vaccine, I feel it was a good reason to head off into the traffic. Both these vaccines are free to all us Australian over-65ers and if you're in that age bracket, I hope you've had yours or have plans to have it soon. Apparently now is the ideal time to have the flu vaccine and with bad memories of last year's flu season, I think the visit to the doctors office is a small price to pay for the protection it gives us. 

At home here the painting is all but finished and we're putting the house back together again. I'm decluttering my book case today, Hanno is putting up some new shelves and I plan on having some photos of our work to show you next week.  I hope you've had a good week too. Have a great weekend, rest and relax, and we'll all be ready for another productive week ahead.  🔆🙂🔆

If buying a house is a pipe dream, renting one is a nightmare
How to propagate from cuttings
Plant a container garden from seed - this is Bubblebeet's a video and it's very detailed and accurate. You don't have to buy any of the products he uses, it will work with the organic sprays you have on hand.
Here is bubblebeet again with more container crops.
World's oldest known spider dies at 43 after a quiet life underground
Lace doily crafts - I love these
Disappearing jobs around the world – in pictures
Vintage linens and stain removal
The startling colors and abstract shapes of salt ponds
20 free DIY raised garden bed plans and ideas you can build in a day
There are some great recipes on this beautiful blog - Local is Lovely
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