A Late Spring Garden Interlude

Thursday, December 8, 2016
Filmed over a few days at the end of November, here is that little garden interlude I mentioned in the last episode of my podcast. Bees are buzzing, chooks are scratching, toddlers are foraging for strawberries and kitties are happy.

Enjoy.


Warning: Contains wild & unruly grass - David literally did the lawns the day after I had finished shooting the final videos for this. But, if it had been mown, I wouldn't have got that amazing shot of the bee buzzing over the daisies at the very start, so, there's always something to be said for a bit of imperfection and unkempt-ness. Especially where gardens are concerned.

xx
J
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PS) I quietly, and finally, launched my very own storefront yesterday. It's been a work in progress for sometime now, and while it still needs a bit of finessing, it works and I'm so happy with it. Won't you take a look?
6 comments on "A Late Spring Garden Interlude"
  1. Hi Jen, nice video, it really captures how lovely your garden must be. I checked out your store and it looks great! Just a quick question though - it was not obvious to me what currency your prices are in? I couldn't see this in your FAQ and I took a pattern through to the checkout stage but it still wasn't indicated if you're charging NZD or USD. I'm assuming the latter, based on what Etsy is showing.
    :) Ana

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    1. Hey Ana! Good spotting, thank you!! I've popped it into the footer and will also add it into the FAQ's too. And you're right, they are in USD.

      Thank you again! These little things you don't think about...

      xx
      J

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  2. That was a beautiful video - "the boundary lines have fallen for you in pleasant places" indeed :)
    Thank you so much; every good wish to you.
    [Valerie]

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    1. Thanks so much Valerie, I'm so glad you liked it :)

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  3. That's one of the best reasons ever for not mowing the lawn. ❤xxx

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Jen

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