Monday, 28 January 2008

From the sublime to the ridiculous!

Hello everyone. My apologies to you for my absence. We have moved house & despite our best efforts, we are having issues with our Internet connection at the new place. In desperation, I am doing a quick post from my husband’s work computer. Please forgive me for not responding to comments in the interim until the Internet issues at home are sorted. I am a little worried about living up to the name of this blog now that we have moved. We have moved from our big, meandering country garden:to a new suburban block:Nothing like a challenge - laugh with me, or I’ll cry! So there may be a distinct lack of ‘bloom’ photos for a while. The good news is that the Botanic Gardens are close by, so I may have to visit there for my flower ‘fix’ for now. Hope to be back stitching soon. Love to everyone, Bloom.

10 comments:

  1. Oh my - you have got some work ahead of you! Just remember - from small seeds, great things come!
    Enjoy the process of starting a-new.
    Kind regards - Dawn

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  2. Hello.......welcome to your new surburban life........and just think a new canvas to work on with the garden.......better then something you hated.......plan as you may like........good see hear you are there and look forward to your next post..........

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  3. Hi there, I know exactly how you are feeling. I'm moving in around 4 weeks from my country block to a suburban rental for awhile and I'm leaving behind my beautiful garden of shady trees,roses,fruit trees,birds & wildlife etc. It is sad but I also know once we are in our own place again I have all the knowledge and love to build a new garden again maybe even a better one!!! So keep your chin up and stay positive. Hope your internet/computer problems return to normal soon. I don't like the prospect of having to go through all that either.
    Your quilts and stitcheries are just beautiful too. You always have those to give you comfort while your new garden takes shape.
    Take care, kind regards from Liz

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  4. Look at the fun ahead of you as you plan and create your new garden...what an adventure you'll have! This will be a great spot to journal your progress...

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  5. Will look forward to watching your new garden emerge...I am sure you have some plans already !

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  6. Wow.... What a big change, but what an exciting change!!!! I'm sure that it won't be long and you'l have this bare block looking absolutely amazing.... I can't wait to go on the journey with you...

    Jodie

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  7. Maybe you could change your name to Bloomless - sorry only kiding.
    I am sure you will have a wonderful garden in know time,
    take care,
    Kerry

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  8. I'm sure you will have that barren bit of earth licked into shape in no time.

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  9. Good luck Bloom and congratulations on your new home, I hope we'll see some flowers growing there soon

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  10. I will miss your roses, maybe you will visit the garden to show us the flowers there.

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