Month: August 2014

You say “daylia”, I say “dahlia”

You say “daylia”, I say “dahlia”

But we all say “wow!” when the full, rich blooms open at this time of year! It was my first year growing dahlias (my first year growing a garden, to be exact). I was spurred into this fledgling hobby by my Aunt Sheila and Uncle George, 

Antiquing we will go…

Antiquing we will go…

… Antiquing we will go! Hide all the credit cards, antiquing we will go! Summer’s just about over (for teachers, at least), and I’ve had one of the best ever. One of my favourite parts of this summer has been the time spent poking around in 

In the prime(r) of life

In the prime(r) of life

It’s been radio silence at F&K for a couple of days now. Sorry about that. I’ve been busy doing this: And this: Sorry for the poor-quality photos but the light source is covered by a plastic sheet. As you can see, there is still LOTS to