Tuesday, April 04, 2006

Gardens, Worm Farms and Worms:

Just a few introductory shots of another part of my garden, so that the worm photos don't come as a shock. Note the tiny baby worm snuggling in the shadow of the mother worm. Also Emma in the garden, and my vegies.


Anonymous Sam said...

great worm photos!! mum the garden is looking so lovely - its transformed from when Rach and I first went to look around the house with Aunty Nancie.

I'm at home sick today, with food poisoning :(

4/04/2006 8:35 pm  
Anonymous becca said...

your blog is looking fabulous gretta! is that a photo of a worm on your carpet?!?.. worms as indoor pets is taking it a little far don't you think?

by the way, it was lovely to hear aunt martha talk about you - she lit up and is clearly so fond of you. love becca

4/04/2006 10:35 pm  
Blogger Megs said...

when i was a tiny baby worm it was you i snuggled next to!!!

4/05/2006 3:22 pm  
Blogger gretta at lothlorien said...

Anita, don't you hear the distant howl of a worm on blog saying here I am, look at me??

4/05/2006 4:29 pm  
Anonymous anita said...

sorry - i 've been busy dealing with my own can of worms, and the little worm 'eddie' (who has a temperature and is now asleep). i thought the worm photos would make me feel ELATED, but somehow. seeing them, i am sad for the little creatures. tell me they love their life in the must be wonderful

4/05/2006 6:09 pm  
Anonymous Tom said...

mothers & babies eh.

4/06/2006 3:10 am  
Blogger gretta at lothlorien said...

Oh they are just as happy as any common or garden worms. Happier, perhaps, as there are no predators, such as chooks or ducks.Hope Eddie's temp has now gone.

4/06/2006 9:16 pm  
Anonymous anita said...

he is better, but has a cough and you can hear him coming a mile off because of his heavy breathing...he's currently in our bedroom, talking to himself...not sure what he's up to

...just went and checked... he was standing , leaning against the bed, holding a tennis ball (o yes. i must put up some photos from tom's tennis party)

so glad about the worms

4/07/2006 2:16 am  
Blogger gretta at lothlorien said...

Glad to hear he's a bit better. It breaks your heart when they're sick, doesn't it? Looking forward to tennis photos. Victor played with us last week - never played before. I was looking forward to not being the worst, but Victor was fabulous!!!!

4/11/2006 5:58 pm  
Anonymous anita said...

i am not at all surprised

4/13/2006 7:58 am  
Blogger Rachel Jones said...

Mum's garden is such a delight. Yes, Sam, it's hard to even remember how barren it was at the beginning.
The rainbow lorikeets are all returning now that we're heading into Autumn.
(Sorry to go back a step in the conversation, but I haven't been here for a while.)

4/15/2006 12:38 pm  
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