Anakana Schofield – Award Winning Author of Bina, Martin John and Malarky

I love summer. I love our community garden. Today I was thinking that if a child grew at the rate a zuccini (courgette) plant does each day, you’d have a stroke saying good morning to your son/daughter each day. Another gardener gave me two ton of advice today. My garden is looking tremendous! This year I wanted to have a good year in it and thanks to my friends Helen and Earl who came and helped me dig it (when my hip was banjaxed from falling over), the small plot is flourishing.

I am blessed to have and enjoy lovely summer days with my son, who is a dote. Today we embarked on a home reno project together of making shelves from scraps of wood. Unfortunately our hammer is missing in action. How do you lose a hammer in 600 square feet? And who ate two of the drill bits, and the chuck key?

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