Monthly Archives: July 2010

July 26 a.m. – Soup

I got Sarah to help me water on her way to work and that was it.  It looks like there are even more baby candidates who will have to be made into soup. (Although the vague throw-up rumors put me … Continue reading

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July 25 a.m. – Population Management

After the rains I came to reapply the BT and prune.  There are a number of baby candidates that have to be culled, as there are not sufficient moulds for them.  I will have to keep an eye on the … Continue reading

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July 23 p.m. Night gardening again

Night gardening again. I needed to come to spray BT as it rained heavily last night and into today.  I hear there were people in canoes in the streets in parts of the city.  I also put the firstborn’s mould … Continue reading

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July 22 p.m. Crowns and nausea

I returned to the garden with the crown and to take portraits. The lady from the market gardening family turned up – well dressed and with it. She commented on the small white baby and I showed her the new … Continue reading

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July 22 a.m. Mr. Big’s First Born

  Mr. Big’s first born I visited the garden to water, prune and check the growth of the children. I made an executive decision to release Mr. Big’s nasally challenged eldest from the mould as I was clearly going to … Continue reading

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