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Comment by Lynn on November 29, 2010 at 9:35am
Thank you for asking, Gyda. Sadly it was not a positive outcome, and there are family, friends, colleagues and a whole nation, mourning the loss of 29 men. Such a sad time.
Comment by Gyda Marie Haynes on November 29, 2010 at 9:08am
Any word on your miners? I haven't heard anything on our news here, but we are all praying for them and the friends and families.
Comment by Tony Lucas on November 23, 2010 at 7:38am
Kali sorry to hear of your sons friend - those men are in our thoughts and prayers as are you and your son.
Comment by Lynn on November 22, 2010 at 10:36am
I'm sure on the West Coast nearly everyone will know someone in the mine. It must be a dreadful strain on family, friends and workmates...and yet also a comfort to know there is a lot of support around. My prayers go out to all involved.

Yes, Kali, the garden is a great source of peace and contemplation. I use it for that often. Hugs to all
Comment by Tara McFarlane on November 22, 2010 at 10:06am
I"m so sorry to hear about your son's friend Kali - I couldn't imagine the anxiety it must be causing everyone connected to it.
Yes, Gardens can provide that grounding that takes us away from the stresses that go on around us. My thoughts and prayers are with those who are affected by the terrible uncertainty that the Pike River Mine has created.
Blessings

Tara
Comment by Denise on November 22, 2010 at 10:04am
kia kaha ma arohanui mai to you and those around you and all those affected.
Comment by Kali on November 22, 2010 at 10:01am
Gardens can be a source of much solace. My son's best friend is one of those trapped in the Pike River Mine. Being outside in the fresh air just contemplating the beauty of the plants and taking my frustration and anxiety out on the weeds is a help to deal with this horrible sick feeling.
Comment by Lynn on November 22, 2010 at 9:36am
Wow...the rain over the weekend has sent the vegetable garden into growth chaos! WOOHOO! Have been out this morning and trimmed all the lower leaves off the early tomato plants, and have them crushed and in the bucket with water to make a bug spray. Picked a HEAP of mustard greens and lovely lettuces. Will be sharing. The zucchinis, squash and cucumbers are doing great...they love this rain! It's pouring down again now, so time for a hot cup of herbal tea...herbs fresh from the garden...YUM
Comment by Yvonne Symons on November 20, 2010 at 3:56pm
Prune some of the bunches off and make Verjuice. Oh you lucky thing.
Comment by Charlotte on November 20, 2010 at 4:38am
Picked my first 3 strawberrys today. They're growing in one of those pots with pockets up and down so they can grow out all over pot.. BUT im finding only one side of strawberry is turning red, mb because the other side is resting on pot?
Tomato plants had major growth spurt, attached them to bamboo sticks today. Blueberrys are setting, yay!!!

Grape vine is covered in heaps and heaps of grapes. I googled and looks like if theres too many grapes, the vine wont be able to handle it, and none of them will mature????? It looks like its been regularly pruned back, but the amount of grapes setting is ridiculous!!
 

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