Greg Becker's personal visual record of the triumphs and trials of an artist, illustrator and vegetable gardener.
Charming! I especially enjoy the daffodils, --a MUCH needed bit of spring!Happy Easter to you and your family
thank you Sue, best wishes to you and your family too, hope you get lots of nice spring weather soon.
Sorry you got hacked. If one has opened the link (which I did) - should I be wary in case it gathers information from my laptop?Happy Easter!
Hello Lucy, I worried about that too. I'm not an expert (otherwise I would have seen it coming) but as long as you change your password and don't keep info about other passwords etc on your email account, I think (hope) you'll be ok.
Hello and happy easter. I'm back in blogging world briefly (been learning to write poetry, which is quite difficult and takes over your life) So glad spring is here, the winter was just horrendous, what gorgeous narcissi, the pot reminds me of a blanket. which is not surprising as I am slightly obsessed by them. Hope the allotment goes well.
happy easter to you too. Good to see your blogging again and taking poetry seriously, something that should be compulsory a bit like national service only with pens filled with purple ink rather than guns with bullets. I am continuing with my own quest to teach myself how to write poetry and gradually unveil its mysteries or learn how to work with them. This I know is a virtually impossible task, if like me you lack the necessary intuition that tells you if you need to simplify or embellish a line. Perhaps I'll stick to embellishing my raised beds, they certainly need it.