We’re into July, and a heat wave is upon us. It’s time for my giggle blog, but that can wait until next week. My latest news is that I have a new job. More on that later in the month. I start mid July, and it’s a fab job. The men’s tennis semi-final is a great match, not sure when it’s ever going to end, but if like me, you miss Carol Klein and Monty Don in the Friday night Garden programme, never fear, Suzy gardener is here.
I popped a leaf and a flower into my pocket before I went off to my interview on Thursday morning. Glad I did. Think I’ll keep it there.
Now here is where the nursery part of the garden is. Where all the seeds are started off, and where we plan and relax.
Come with me, through the garden gate and have a look.
Sometimes, I think the birds fancy this as their supermarket. Alan caught a couple of sparrows tucking into the greens. Glad to see they’re sticking to a healthy diet.
Before my interview, I went into the greenhouse to practice on the lettuce and tomatoes. I said, hello, I’m Susan Jones, pleased to meet you. They just quivered a bit and nodded.
to meet in the garden. Time for a chat.
and I do know you should have the sun the other
way round, just that we were sitting that way.
My special people
Oh and I forgot to mention, I passed my computer exam
ECDL Extra. The equivalent to ITQ Stage 2 (with knobs on) and …. I got 95% … I told my
tutor, that’s going to be my catchphrase for life now. Just like Mma Makutsi in the number 1 ladies detective
agency. The one who the gay hairdresser next door calls 97%, because that’s what she got from
secretarial college. Well, I’m 95% from now on………
Now it’s time to relax, the garden’s watered, tennis is still on, good luck to Murray, and I’m off to
read my latest book. See, you didn’t miss Carol and Monty at all did you. They’d
better look out I’d say.
left as we’ is published by Alfie dog, with my story ‘Pier into the Future’ in there, along
with lots of other great stories. Make sure you order your copy.