An on-line exchange following my recent blog about my bad habit of not editing and sorting my photographs produced a minor cri de coeur from Cathy who has a media storage crises on her WordPress site Rambling in the Garden. WordPress has many virtues, and that fact that it requires very little technical expertise is probably … More Do you know your bits from your bytes?
A garden is the purest of human pleasures, it is the greatest refreshment to the spirits of man. Francis Bacon
I usually get out my soap box on International Women’s Day (8 March), but this year I could not let the centenary of the 1918 Representation of the People Act pass without comment. It enfranchised some women (those over 30) and allowed women over the age of 21 to stand for parliament, but it was … More One hundred years of progress?
The more eagle-eyed amongst the regular visitors to the Croft Garden blog may have noticed that I have changed the page format and style, and some of you may have though that this was long overdue. My sentiments entirely, and I spent most of last year not quite getting round to it, which also applies … More All Change
Sorry late again, we had a visit from the Storm Hags yesterday.