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In life, I feel like I've been revving my wheels, thinking of things I want to do, but not actually doing anything. Maybe making a list will help...

In the garden, we moved the plants back out onto the terrace but I want to repot a lot of them.
  • the gongura and peas need a deep pot, maybe the big blue one. it had five toris but only one seems to be surviving 
  • the hibiscus and harshringar saplings have to be put in three separate large pots -- old tomato ones can be repurposed for this
  • three giant aloe veras are vying for domination in a single pot, maybe i should give them all away...
  • the basil is continuing to take over the roof. at this point i just want to kill it off and plant new ones, in small, carefiully confined containers.
  • it rained last night. but no earthworms. I guess we'll have to wait till the monsoon...
In non-garden, non-work related things, the blog idea needs actual doing.  I also have just discovered that the Ngaio Marsh books are available to buy here, even though they are in omnibus editions that you have to buy online. Now i'm dreaming of getting them all quietly over the course of the year...

 
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