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24 octobre 2012 3 24 /10 /octobre /2012 20:55

Dear readers,

 

Chers lecteurs,

 

As you might remember, the transformation of my garden is a long process...

 

La transformation de mon jardin ne se fait pas en un coup de baguette magique. Mais je suis fière aujourd'hui de vous présenter mes toutes premières pommes...

 

But today, I'm proud to show you my first home-grown apples...

 

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There are very evil-stepmother red, but they taste delicious... And no, I'm not biased!

 

Elles sont aussi rouges que celle de la belle-mère de Blanche-Neige, mais elles sont délicieuses... Je suis très objective, de toute évidence!

 

There won't be enough of them this year to make jam (apple jam is my favourite)...

 

Il n'y en a pas encore assez cette année pour faire de la confiture. Mais quand je pense à ce à quoi ressemblait ce bout de jardin il y a encore un an..

 

But patience is the key in gardening.

 

Only a year ago, the "verger" looked like that:

 

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So, I'm completely extatic with that very first harvest, coming from what's now quite a nice part of the garden.

 

Je suis enchantée de ce petit coin calme qu'il est devenu.

 

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Can you see that there are a few more apples left on the tree?

 

 

I have big plans for the area that's on the front left of that picture... More on that next spring. Again, gardening is linked to patience.

 

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I can't resist showing off my apples once more... Please, don't get mad at me!

 

Je ne résiste pas à l'envie de crâner encore une fois avec ma récolte... Désolée! Ne m'en voulez pas!

 

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You can have one, if you're not worried it's poisoned...

 

Magali, from The Little White House xxx

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20 août 2012 1 20 /08 /août /2012 20:51

Dear readers,

 

Chers lecteurs,

 

It's been a pretty busy summer, but things are slowed down lately by small health problems... both mine and the cat's!!!

 

On the plus side (they're always one!), being forced to rest and sit down gives me some time to show some of my projects...

 

La fin de l'été approche déjà... Pleins de projets petits et grands ont été accomplis... D'autres sont restés à l'état de projets - il faut bien en garder pour plus tard et le temps passe si vite!

 

 

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I want to paint my garden bench and my new gate...

 

Voici un mini-projet. Cette vieille chaise de jardin m'a permis de tester une peinture à la chaux anglaise qui tient sur tout support sans sous-couche.

 

The lady who sells Annie Sloan paint in my area told me Annie Sloan paint would hold perfectly outside.

 

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So I thought I'd give it a try on an old garden chair before.

 

J'adore les touches de blanc dans le jardin car cela ravive les couleurs de la nature.

 

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I love white furniture in a garden ("old white" to be more exact) as I believe it makes all the other colours of the garden more vivid.

 

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As you can see the roses of Sharon are about to bloom... A moment I love at the end of summer.

 

Par contre, la peinture s'efface par endroit sans s'écailler, ce qui est joli sur la vieille chaise... Mais pour le portail, je vais chercher une autre option!

 

Now, as for Annie Sloan paint, after a few weeks, it's not really ok... It doesn't chip though (as it says on the tin), so it's beautiful on the old chair, but it might not be a good solution for the gate. Maybe I live too close to the sea. Has any of you used it for the outside? And is Annie OK?

 

 

Magali, from the Little White House xxx

 

 

 

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12 août 2012 7 12 /08 /août /2012 19:49

Dears readers,

 

Chers lecteurs,

 

 

If you read the previous post, you know what my dream was for my garden...

 

Si vous avez lu l'article précédent, vous savez déjà de quoi je rêvais pour mon jardin...

 

So here I went singing a little tune...

 

Alors, je me suis mise à fredonner (la pluie, début juillet? Et oui, c'était de ma faute!)...

 

 

 


 

  And ta-da! Here it is!

 

Et pouf! Le voilà!

 

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Actually, I first tried my hand at my parents: I bought one for my mom for Mother's day and I saw it was quite easy to make.

 

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Not that the instruction which are vietnamese translanted to Chinese translated to English translated to French were easy to understand...

 

Les instructions traduites du vietnamiens, vers le chinois, vers l'anglais, vers un français incompréhensible étaient inutilisables... Mais bon, un banc est un banc et avec un peu de logique, cela n'a pas pris longtemps à monter.

 

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But basicaly, I just needed to screw (and by "screw", I mean with a screwdriver) things in the right order so that we could sit on it.

 

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So when sales were on in July I bought one for me.

 

It's been appreciated by friends...

 

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and pets...

 

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So everyone's happy.

 

I was thinking of paiting it... as in my fantasy, garden benches are white. What do you think?

 

 

Magali, from the Little White House xxx

 

 

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Dear readers,

 

Chers lecteurs,

 

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.

 

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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.

 

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So I finally decide to resume where I stopped: the garden, or rather the "verger".

 

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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).

 

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I have a few fruits this year and I hope to have more in the next years.

 

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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

 

 

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14 mai 2012 1 14 /05 /mai /2012 21:43

Dear readers,

 

Chers lecteurs,

 

Thank you so much for the encouraging words on my gardening... I'm still busy as a bee in the garden, but all the weeding I do every day after work is hardly post-worth.

There's just a tiny transformation I thought I should  share.

 

Merci pour vos mots d'encouragements quant à mon projet jardinage. J'y travaille d'arrache-mauvaises-herbes, mais cela ne fait pas des articles très passionnants. Il y a juste une petite chose que je voudrais vous montrer.

 

I've always been bugged (see how I'm trying to keep the title metaphore going?) by that stupid post at the back of my "verger".

 

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I've been looking for something to give it a meaning.

 

And I found it last weekend.

 

Regardez ce que j'ai trouvé ce weekend pour habiller mon poteau qui m'énervait.

 

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(Yes, I did mow right after, but forgot to take a picture then...)

 

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It's an "insect shed" and it actually has a triple meaning. Do you see where I was going with my stupid metaphore?

 

C'est une maison à insecte qui remplit pour moi un triple rôle.

 

1) It gives my ugly post a "raison d'être".

1) Cela donne à ce poteau une raison d'être (et si, si, ça se dit en anglais aussi, c'est pas que j'ignore comment traduire).

 

2) It is supposed to become the home of very useful-for-the-garden insects as it says on the box.

2) C'est censé devenir la maison de tout plein d'insectes utiles au jardin. Si, si, c'est écrit sur la boîte!

 

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3) It was made by hand by an ESAT, which is a company that employs disabled people (I know, I read this word is not PC, but I'm not a PC person)... It's a project I really belive in, so I'm willing to spend money for what I believe in (does that make up for my not-being-PC?).

3) C'est un produit fait à la main par une société qui emploie des personnes handicapées, genre de projets que j'aime bien soutenir...

 

 

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Also, the apple tree I was so worried about is doing fine.

 

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And  we've been spending so much time in the garden during this sunny weekedn that even Shadow was tired...

 

On a tellement passé de temps dans le jardin pendant ce weekend ensoleillé que même Shadow n'en pouvait plus.

 

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But he found the perfect spot...

 

 

Magali, from the Little White House xxx

 

PS: Want know my secret to a healthy glow and nicely shaped arms? Have a look at everything that needed to be done on that part of the garden... here

 

Bringing my insects to those parties! 

 

 

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15 avril 2012 7 15 /04 /avril /2012 20:03

Dear readers,

 

Chers lecteurs,

 

You may have noticed in my previous post that the area around my garden was quite messy.

 

I live in what we call a "hamlet" of six old houses whose gardens are all entangled in one an other... None of our gardens are square like those of the modern houses that are on the other side of the road.

 

The side garden alone has four different neighbours!

 

I wanted to change the back wire fence this year, but it turns out there's a bit of a neighbour problem with it as nobody knows whose it is really.

 

Cette année, j'aurai voulu changer la clôture du fond, mais il se trouve qu'il y a un petit problème de limite de propriété à cet endroit-là. Rien de grave, sauf que je me retrouve à garder ça pour un moment...

 

It's really no big deal, except that I'm left with this...

 

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En fait, je m'y étais habitué... Jusqu'à ce jour où j'avais enfin planté tous mes fraisiers, où j'admirais mon oeuvre... Et, là, le petit portillon faisait vraiment tâche.

 

I didn't like it, but I was used to it... Until one day last week, after planting my strawberry plants, I couldn't stand it anymore. I picked up some leftover white paint. And two coats later...

 

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Oh, and please have a look at the blue sky... For some reason, the weatherman on TV keeps saying every evening that tomorrow will be a rainy day in Brittany, but the sky decides otherwise.

 

C'est déjà mieux, non? Jetez un coup d'oeil à ce beau ciel bleu qu'on a en ce moment.

 

It's better isn't it? Still, I thought something was missing. If only I knew how to do wonderful signs as the ones I see in some creative blogs I read.

 

Sigh.

 

Then, bing! Idea popping in my head.

 

J'ai récupéré une des nombreuses planches qui était posée en guise de bordure dans le jardin.

 

The previous owner of the house had used planks as borders in the garden. They had just put them there...

 

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So it was quite useless and ugly... But it got upgraded to useless and pretty!

 

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Can you see it?

 

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Here it is up close...

 

Et voilà!

 

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Just in case you're lost, it means "the Orchard"...

 

I have a small idea in my head so that the tall post would look like it's here for a purpose...

 

J'ai encore un petit projet pour ce poteau qui a l'air un peu bête pour l'instant...

 

 

Magali, from her "verger" xxx

 

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14 avril 2012 6 14 /04 /avril /2012 17:37

Dear readers,

 

Chers lecteurs,

 

First, to all of you who are worried about the hedgehog, you can breathe again, he recovered from his misadventure and he went back to his usual hedgehog night life, which means I don't see him anymore.

 

After saving that fat hedgehog, I kept working on the side garden... It's far from finished, but I'm proud of what it looks like these days...

 

J'ai passé cette semaine de congé de Pâques à travailler dans le deuxième jardin, celui qui servait plus ou moins de dépotoir auparavant...

 

That part of the garden used to be a dumpster and later a very dirty henhouse.

 

 

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I spent last spring picking up weird things out of that part of the garden, dreaming it would one day be a beautiful place.

 

Après avoir passé le printemps dernier à ramasser de tout et de n'importe quoi dans ce fond de jardin depuis des poteaux en béton jusqu'à des truelles de maçon, je l'avais fait réengazonné à l'automne. Mais au mois de mars, la mauvaise herbe qui avait ses habitudes dans le coin avait repris le dessus...

 

I had a gardener help me to sow grass... But he couldn't do any miracle on a land that had never been taken care of... So at the beginning of spring, it looked like this...

 

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I should have taken the picture when the cat was there: the weeds were so high I couldn't see him!

 

Je me suis d'abord dit que je n'y arriverai jamais toute seule... Puis, comme je n'avais pas le choix, je me suis mise au boulot!

 

For a few days, I wondered if I had it in me to tackle such a task...

 

Then I thought nobody was going to do it for me...

 

It took several afternoons as there was no way my lawnmower was going to survive this, so I first used a "débroussailleuse" (I'm sorry but can't find the correct word in English... so please picture a very noisy tool that cuts weeds).

Here's what I got:

 

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Not the perfect "English lawn" yet... But I'm still working on it... I added some seeds on some spots when I removed lots of weeds... We'll see.

 

Ce n'est pas encore un gazon parfait... Mais je continue d'ôter les mauvaises herbes... à la main, bien sûr!

 

As you can see on the above picture, I hadn't taken care of the borders...

 

That was the next project... I had wanted a "strawberry field forever"...

 

L'étape suivante a été de désherber les bordures pour créer mon "champ" de fraisier...

 

I removed all the weeds on the back border with my little hands and then went shopping for some strawberry plants.

 

Before, when my back was okay... Avant, dos sans douleur...

 

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Half way done, back hurting... Pendant, dos en vrac...

 

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And... Après, plus de dos...

 

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I bought different kinds of plants, so I'll see which grows better in this area...

 

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And I labelled them, because I'm pretty sure I won't remember which is which in a few weeks.

 

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Somehow, I managed to squeeze an other tiny garden project during Spring break... So to be continued...

 

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Magali, from her very own strawberry field xxx


 

 

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23 janvier 2012 1 23 /01 /janvier /2012 20:48

Dear readers, wanderers and all,

 

I've been away for a while, so I'm not sure I really know where to begin...

 

Maybe I should explain why I was away. Because the Little White House has eaten more budget than planned last summer, I have agreed to work some extra hours as soon as one of the schools I'm working in asked me to... It keeps me really busy.

 

And when I say busy, I mean "up until midnight" busy. What I've been asked to teach is "Latin language and culture", something I did study... But ten years ago, so my memories are a bit fuzzy. I love a challenge, though. I love the feeling that washes through me  when I'm learning.

 

And yes, French school is not afraid of contradictions: "You can speak English? Why don't you teach Latin?"!!!

 

I try to be a good girl and study every evening, but clearly if Ian Somerhalder spoke Latin, I'd be fluent in a week!

 

2012 a apparemment plein de projets pour moi... Mais les projets ne se concrétisent que si on leur donne un petit coup de pouce... Du coup, je travaille beaucoup et je blogue moins... Je dors peu aussi car devoir prendre des décisions va souvent de pair avec quelques insomnies!

 

2012 might have something else in store for me as far as work is concerned and that also keeps me up at night, balancing all my options deciding on something different every night... Aaaaargh! I would tell you more, but I'm very superstitious, so you'll have to wait... I have wonderful people around me, family, friends and colleagues, who try to help me get to the right decision without putting any pressure on me... And I feel really blessed for that.

 

Je profite de ce petit article pour remercier les gens formidables, parents, amis et collègues, qui m'entourent et me conseillent pour m'aider à prendre les bonnes décisions, sans pour autant jamais me "mettre la pression". Je me sens vraiment épaulée.

 

The blog is still on my mind: I have about a post a day written in my head... But I don't have time to type it. If only I could type while driving!

 

The house is still evolving and I'm very aware of the fact I'm late to show you tons of things... But I'm also late on so many projects... Seriously there's a poor mirror that's been waiting for month to be repainted!

 

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So I thought I would begin to show you some of the transformations you've missed... The side garden! The first picture is 18 months old. The place used to be a very old and very shabby (not chic, though) henhouse.

 

The henhouse was removed...

 

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And I was left with an ugly job. That part of the garden had been used as a dumping ground years ago ,  the way it was often done in the counrtyside. So every weekend, I would take a big plastic bag and fil it with various stuff from old paintbrushes to empty beer bottles...

 

Alors, juste pour vous prouver que je n'ai pas été inactive à la Petite Maison, voilà un résumé en images de l'évolution du fond du deuxième jardin au cours des 18 derniers mois!

 

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There, after a few full plastic bags, it was already looking better...

 

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Same part of the garden: a gardener helped me to level the ground and he aslo dug for me the holes for the pear tree and the apple tree.

I had thought it would be fun to choose the trees by myself... Stupid little blond amateur-gardener!!! It sure was fun until I tried to stuff the two trees in my European sized car! To be true there was a moment when I thought I would let one of the them on the parking lot!!! But after lots of swearing (I amazed myself at how many words I know) and some bleeding (my hand, none of the tree was harmed in the process).

 

I just love going to that part of the garden now!I proudly call it my "orchard".

 

Clearly I'm not done with the garden, but this was a very big step completed in 2011.

 

 

 

Magali, from the Little White House xxx

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Hello friends!

 

 

Lately, I haven't been bloging as much and I haven't been reading your blogs as regularly as I used to... There's a reason. The Little White House is under siege and it takes so much of my time and energy to try to save it. So here's our enemy:

 

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Dernièrement, la Petite Maison Blanche doit faire face à un envahisseur corriace, la renouée du Japon est venue du champ d'à côté et a profité des travaux dans mon jardin pour le coloniser.

 

It's called Japanese Knotweed and it's colonising the garden for an unknown reason: it arrived from the field behind my garden. It could have been brought by the tires of an engine or a bird even as a tiny fragment is enough to  begin a colony! It's nearly impossible to eradicate it.  I tried to get rid of the most of it, with the desperate hope that it will weaken the plant.

 

Il est pratiquement impossible de s'en débarrasser. J'ai essayé d'arracher tout ce qui pousse dans mon jardin et dans le champ à côté dans l'espoir, peut-être vain, de l'affaiblir.

 

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The above picture is what was taken from my garden and the field yesterday.

 

But already this morning it was growing back.

 

Mais cela repousse chaque jour.

 

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Next week, I will meet a gardener that know a little about that b*** (the scientific name of the plant is really close to the word "b***" in French, so you can guess what nickname I gave it! - that or "Alien"): most gardeners called just don't know the first thing about it, so I really don't see how they can help me. If I'm going to spend a fortune, I want it to be efficient.

 

Je dois rencontrer la semaine prochaine un jardinier qui sait ce que c'est. J'espère qu'il aura des idées et des conseils, au moins pour la contenir pour qu'elle ne gangèrne pas le jardin.

 

 

So this put on hold my herb garden project, though it had begun well (I think):

 

 

 

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Cela a donc mis à l'arrêt mon jardin de simples qui avait pourtant bien commencé.

 

 

 

 

Update: a few days later...

 

I won't deny it, I cried. It might seem stupid, but I've dreamed of having a garden for thirty years. I had plans for that garden and sudenly all is threatened by a stupid plant. Now, I know, it's not the worth thing that could happen in life and I try to put everything in perspective... I won't be able to do what I wanted, but now, I'm back to my usual self - a fighter. Ideas are springing in my tiny brain and maybe, just maybe, this will just be a new challenge on how to organise the garden differently from my first plan... I'll tell you about my ideas as soon as they are less blurry.


 

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Quelques jours plus tard...

Je l'avoue, j'ai pleuré. Cela peut paraître ridicule, mais j'avais tellement rêvé de ce jardin, que l'idée de le "perdre" à cause d'une plante qui peut tout envahir m'a assomée. Oui, oui, je sais, il y a bien pire dans la vie et je tente de remettre les choses à leur juste place. Aussi, des idées commencent à germer dans ma tête sur des aménagements possibles tenant compte de la renouée. Peut-être est-ce finalement juste un défi à relever, et personne n'aime relever les défis autant que moi!

 

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I would like to say a big THANK YOU to my parents who have just been amazing these last few days, coming to help me, answering my 2-3 phone calls a day when I need to share my ideas and not making fun of me when I cried when they helped me put some old linoleum on that part of the garden to try to slow down the plant's progression.

 

Un grand MERCI à mes parents pour leur soutien de tous les instants ces derniers jours. Je ne sais même pas comment ils ne me raccrochent pas au nez quand je les appelle trois fois par jour pour leur parler de mes nouvelles idées...

 

 

 

Magali, from the Little White House

 

 

If you've had Japanese Knotweed in your garden and managed to get rid of it or at least control it, please, I'm all ears (or rather all eyes!)... No desperate message, please!!!

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Hi everyone!

 

Bonjour à tous!

 

bob-the-builderWe've been blessed with a wonderfully sunny weekend here at the Little White House. So I decided to go all Bob-the-builder...

 

 

Nous avons eu la chance d'avoir un weekend particulièrement ensoleillé et j'ai donc décidé de me mettre au bricolage...

 

You might remember the smelly old fish pond that used to be in the alley going from the back to the side garden.

 

Vous souvenez vous du bassin à poissons bien croupi situé entre les deux jardins?

 

 

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I wanted to have the compost bin there as it's conveniently not too far but not too close from the house.

 

Je voulais installer là le compost, ni trop loin, ni trop près de la maison.

 

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The box was heavy as hell and nearly didn't fit in my tiny European sized car... I nearly wished I had gone for the plastic one. Not!

 

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They said it took five minutes to build it. Of course, it took a little while more.

 

La notice annonçat cinq minutes de montage... Evidemment, j'ai mis une petite demi-heure!

 

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The screw were already in the wood board, but some of them were really askew and made the job difficult... Lucky me, I stole my dad's electric screwdriver, as he didn't know how to use it (I won't translate that, ok?).

 

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I had wanted the compost bin to be metal and wood. Maybe because "industrial look" is so fashionable and I don't want it in my home, but it looks fine in the garden! It's better than a plastic one, isn't it?

 

Un petit côté industriel, non? En tout cas, c'est plus joli que ceux en plastique...

 

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Now, I'm sorry to show you my garbage; but I'm stupidly proud of the first vegetable peels I put in it!!!

 

Navrée de vous montrer mes déchets, mais je suis tellement fière de mes premières pelures qui ont rejoint le composteur...

 

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So, this wasn't the most glamourous post, so I'm going to leave you on a more girly picture!

 

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Magali, from the Little White House xxx

 

 

I'm joining some of my favourite parties: please, feel free to crash them to meet wonderful people...

 

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