It's been a while for a number of reasons... being busy with work, being busy with the house, being busy with the garden, being busy with life, being unable to find my place was on Blogland, being too tired to even type or upload pictures in the evening...
Cela fait bien longtemps que je n'ai pas donné de nouvelles de la Petite Maison... Mais entre le boulot et les aléas bien énervants de la vie de remplaçante, la restauration de la maison à gérer, le jardin à désherber (si, si, même si ça ne se voit pas, je désherbe tout le temps!), je n'avais plus le temps et le courage d'écrire ou de charger des photos ke soir venu.
It only seemed I was sleeping... I didn't sleep that much actually... But as I'm currently studying fairy tales, it seemed an appropriate title!
I don't even know where to begin with everything I could show... "Where to begin? " was a question that popped in my mind everytime I had a second to read your posts and to think about re-writing mine.
Je voulais tout de même vous donner des nouvelles du projet qui m'a occupé la majeure partie de mon temps depuis le début de cette année: le verger.
So I finally decide to resume where I stopped: the garden, or rather the "verger".
I never thought it would be so much work to transform the "nothingness" that was there in my dream "verger". Weeding is a constant occupation... On the plus side, it has shaped my arms in a lovely way... I feel like I'm Madonna (I always thought she had lovely arms when I was a young girl with skinny arms).
I have a few fruits this year and I hope to have more in the next years.
Can you see there's something new in my "verger"? Fingers crossed, time permitting, Internet connexion permitting, you might know what it is in a few days...
Magali, from the Little White House xxx
I'm bringing my fruits to the following parties: