A salad mix from Gallivanta’s Herb Garden

A salad mix from Gallivanta’s Herb Garden.

Always amazed that when cold weather starts in the north, it’s SPRING in New Zealand, where one of my favorite writers, “Gallivanta”, lives. Enjoy.

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8 responses to “A salad mix from Gallivanta’s Herb Garden

  1. Thank-you for a taste of Gallivanta’s blog. Her review of your book is good.

  2. Hey Cynthia .. I shall check out Amazon! So nice to visit Gallivanta’s Herb Garden 🙂

  3. Oh what a lovely surprise to see my post on your post. Thank you, Cynthia. I have a confession. I was a little bit naughty (because I should have asked you first) but the other day I was so thrilled by your interview with Shelagh Rogers that I rang our National Radio (Radio New Zealand) http://www.radionz.co.nz/and recommended they follow up on that interview and your book. The person I spoke to listened to me seriously and took notes, but whether anything will come of it, I have no idea.

    • You are such a friend! Thank you for doing this.
      anything else is bonus – the real gift is what you did.
      I no longer try to predict life – strange things do happen, and by far the most of them are good.

      Hope you’re enjoying Spring. Today is our first really cold fall day/night and the Scotch Bonnet peppers on the verandah had to be brought inside, along with other tender plants.

      • It was my pleasure to do it…besides it was good practice for me to be bold. It was my first time to ring a radio station!!!!
        We have a spring chill in the air, so still must be wary of frosts.

  4. Always nice to think of spring this time of year.

  5. Just returned from Halifax & happy to see that you have been bossy & keeping an eye on the big guy! So relieved that all went well & he is home where you can really bring out the whip! It must have been all those wonderful hopes & prayers from friends & followers plus of course your bossiness that helped him on the road to wellness. A wonderful tribute to TORONTO Western. Now you remember to take time for yourself & rest. Thankyou Cynthia for sharing your ordeal with us. We admire your courage & love of your man.. Our thoughts & prayers to you both.

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