A rainy June day

It was a sole figure braving the rain showers to sew a little seed or two this month. Yes, you’ve got it, me!

Clutching my $80 worth of Bunnings vouchers (thanks for the donation Bunnings!), I picked up some little green darlings first thing on Sunday morning and scootered to the garden. For the first time EVER, I was the only person to show up for a working bee and although I love my monthly catch ups with green fingered friends, I can’t tell you how nice it was to potter about on my own in the rain.

Our new shed is just the bees knees and the fixed tap a heavenly wet spout to help the new plants bed down for some serious growing. I was pretty liberal with a packet of peas and gave some coriander, parsley, basil and lettuce a new home.


All in all the garden is looking pretty lovely. You should pop down!



About Penny Jones

Penny Jones is a Sydney-based freelance writer and photographer specialising in inspirational writing for leisure and 'plain English' writing for business. She has a particular interest in adventure, conservation, the power of the community and self development as well as a healthy passion for highlighting the extraordinary efforts of ordinary people.
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