Wishing You A Merry Christmas And A Happy New Year

Pea Harvest

It’s Christmas Eve tomorrow and among the many things I need to do before then is to write this last post of 2009 to wish you, wherever you are reading this, the very best for the festive season.

Also a special thank you to all those people who have supported me with their custom, encouragement and comments this past year, it’s greatly appreciated.

The first year of the Just Add Worms has been all about hard work, perseverance and learning new skills however I’ve enjoyed every minute of it.

Over the next few weeks I intend to take some time out to relax with family and friends and to enjoy some moderate excesses of good wine and food, naturally the food coming from my own garden.

Tomorrow I will go through the annual ritual of rolling out and preparing the barbecue for Christmas day lunch, year number 26 or thereabouts. It will be time then to just put my feet up and relax.

Well that’s the plan …. don’t tell the other half!

I hear you ask, what about your garden?

Well yes, a little work will need to be done there but at this time of year it’s more about gathering and enjoying it’s spoils.

Until next time … enjoy your time out.

Merry Christmas and may 2010 prove to be everything you want it to be.

Almost forgotwill be starting production again on the the 11th  January but in the meantime feel free to place any orders through the “Garden Shop” located in the menu at the top of this web page. Promise to get onto it as soon as I start back.

One Response

  1. Rick
    Rick |

    Hey there! I am a new member of the Blotanica community and found your blog there. Nice to meet you, I live in Devonport.
    Well, it’s a bit too late for me to reply about Xmas wishes but I wish you a great 2010 instead, full of happy “veges” growing in your garden! Cheers

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