Behind my house "Cat Jump Park"

Behind my house "Cat Jump Park"
Behind my house "Cat Jump Park"

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Food for thought...

Now that midwinter delivered a little rain and a lot of cold and short days, I often return to the late Mirabel Osler when aching bones demand rest by a warm hearth.Then,a drift into the cheerful musings of a generous observer is a beautiful thing.

When seeking diversion more than advice,I find the English gardener and writer to do be both a delight and a consolation .When all else is quiet and the privacy she refers to as an elusive commodity allows for an uninterrupted daylight hour it is often a well thumbed. A Garden which finds its the Eye of the Garden which finds its way to the fireside table.Although she gardened in a different hemisphere with different  plants.

her enthusiasm for gardening as a way of life,her veracity alongside her often idiosyncratic views always make me smile.
A lots of pleasure in the genre of literature is not only for private garden owners.There are particularly in Melbourne.
It is more to write about in here but I has my time was stopping with in here.but I like very much to more reading myself about Gwen Ford.  



Katie Isabella said...

Sis, you have made me curious about Gwen Ford. I will look her up.

I love gardening too but I don't do much of it any longer. Here it is Summer and it is so hot and uncomfortable outside. I have lways loved your garden since the days of MSN Live Spaces when you posted so many pictures of your roses.

Love to you.
XOXOXOX Sis, Katie, Miyuki and Victoria.

Tamago said...

Hi Michiko san. I've not heard of Gwen Ford myself, but she must be very interesting person. I hope you enjoy reading :-)

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Michiko,
Midwinter sounds like a perfect time for drifting off while reading. It soothes the mind and indeed causes food for thought.
Lots of love to you,

orchid said...

Dearest Michiko-san,
Oh, I've never heard of Gwen Ford, either. But I really admire you to get the incentive from her! Keep warm, my friend.

庭師でも作家でもある方なんですね! 本当に、寒い冬は暖かくして本を御覧になるのが一番ですね。"food for thought" (*^_^*)

Sending you lots of love and hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

Here I Am/Carrie said...

Awe the ramblings of a gardener in the throw of winter. I can see you are already itching to get back to gardening. Always wonderful in winter to read about gardening so you are ready and waiting when the time comes. Enjoy that time and your reading. Hugs Carrie

Marijke said...

And we have so much rain here Michiko san
I do hope that the sun will peep some day here. Good luck with the reading Its always a good way of passing tht time. Very interesting
Have a ncie weekend.
MJ and a warm huggy for u

Michiko Johnson said...

Hi Marijke,
Thank you for so many things I have learned from you I have leaved that
where life gives us another opportunity to make thing me...
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I will be back to your..
Have a nice day..

Beth said...

It is wonderful to see a post from you.

Marijke said...

its fine Michiko san
we can always search for positiv thinsg There are so many smalll things to enjoy A big heart a lovely smile..A huggy and of course a lot of love tv sweet lady