Priorities

Friday 2nd September 2022

The Gay Mother put the runner beans and courgettes first. Hydrangea Quercifolia got burnt up, even its flowers. Now it’s rained a bit but washing up water was lugged by me to the courgettes and runner beans in the parched time. The Gay Mother directs since she hurt her back. She doesn’t lug, We also threw washing up water out of the kitchen window but the Gay Mother believes in previous times of doing this the window sill got damaged but I don’t see that it did.

It’s amazing how you can redirect operations in times of emergency. I worked on courgette fritter art as well as the usual plum and apple work for this season of year. We’re going to have to forage in the coming times, for sure. Luckily Poor Little Rich Gays tend to have fruit trees on the premises. Otherwise I would make sure you’ve located your mink coat before the winter. I propose to beat the system with log fires – but what state are my chimneys in?

Jilly Cooper attended Beamish O’Halloran’s 70th birthday. The Gay Mother said, ‘I’m blowed if I’ve got to be vegan.’

My Courgette Fritter Art Before it Had become Art

My Courgette Fritter Art Before it Had become Art

Courgette Fritter Art Looking More Like Art

Courgette Fritter Art Looking More Like Art

Norman Quetsches - Cost Nothing

Norman Quetsches – Cost Nothing

Laura Malcolm - Vital Pastilles Self-Made with Own Produce Against the Winter

Laura Malcolm – Vital Pastilles Self-Made with Own Produce Against the Winter. One of these a Day will Ward off Death for a While at Least 

 

 

Posted Friday, September 2, 2022 under Adrian Edge day by day.

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