What I Like

 

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I’ll tell you what I like (what I really, really, really like). Writing.

But I’ll tell you what lights me up more than that. Gardening.

For God’s sake, don’t tell anyone! I’ll be consigned to gardening duty forevermore, and that’d be awful.

(the image is a photo of my garden at minutes to midnight)

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22 thoughts on “What I Like

      • I don’t know. Perhaps it’s words like “Somewhere beneath the galloping waves, arrogance permeated the skies with unforgiving screams. Warmth wept in turmoil as droplets of melancholy descended in a drizzle. Love subsided into mere insignificance.” that give that impression. πŸ™‚ Actually. No. I lie. They don’t give the impression that you are monstrous and evil at all, they give the impression that you are a kind-hearted, sensitive soul who loves to express the aspects of life that people generally try to hide and shun. These things are nothing to be ashamed of. They are just a part of life in all its colourful immensity.
        Kindness – Robert.

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      • You’re more than welcome … (and here’s the part where I went to your blog looking for your name and found your art instead) , my friend. Hope the sunshine ain’t hurting your eyes. πŸ˜‰
        Kindness – Robert.

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      • I usually hide from the sunshine.. its not my piece a cake! πŸ™ˆ
        As mysterious as I prefer to be I’ve made sure my name is no where to be found on my blog! I’m so very glad u visited my page and liked my painting!
        Much love Rob! Hope u dont mind being called Rob! Gives me the feels of a conversation with King Robert Baratheon! πŸ˜„
        Stay connected!

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      • Yeah, you can call me Rob, so long as you picture me in this way: “muscled like a maiden’s fantasy.” πŸ™‚
        That being the first condition of our connection – I agree – we should talk on.
        I have more to explore on your blog.
        Kindness – Robert.

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  1. Great post! I am the same way. I can write for hours on end but gardening is a passion. My previous blog had over 400 pages about the plants I have experience with… Now I am trying to start is all over. Going to take some time to get it back like it was before I had as many distractions. Look forward to more of your writing. Show us more of your gardening skills.

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    • Gardening skills? I’m not sure I have many of those. All I do it plant stuff where it seems to be happy and then leave it to its own devices. I’m rather into low maintenance, and by that I don’t mean concrete, I mean letting nature do her thing. πŸ™‚
      I can full sympathise with you about moving blogs. I did exactly the same on 01st Apr this year leaving behind a successful blog with 1,000+ followers. Still, this one’s not doing bad – just over a month in and you are my 104th follower (thanks for that). πŸ™‚
      Heading over to your blog now to have a look-see. Get the kettle on! πŸ˜‰
      Kindness – Robert.

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