The seasonal wheel has turned once again - in the northern hemisphere winter is not far away, nature is starting to tuck its self up. The last harvests are being gathered including lots of pumpkins for the celebration of Samhain/Halloween.
But here in the Southern hemisphere we are well into spring and nature is wide awake - summer is just around the corner.
The first poppy of the season opened up and said hello.
It doesn't seem right to celebrate Halloween when the garden is not producing an autumn harvest.
I woke up late again today (8am this is shocking) so rushing this blog post. I think my brain is very tired from all the study I've been cramming in. (I am trying to study at a full time pace)
Globe artichokes, spinach and Rainbow silver beet. (Rainbow silver beet is soo fun to grow)
Knowing it was one of ours I do find it hard to eat - I had just a little bit.
As she has her license now she drove herself to gather her own dinner. A curry that she admits she would have to work over 1 hour to pay for and noted it has more juice than meat - but she said she thoroughly enjoyed it SMILE.