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I ran away from teaching to the country to grow veggies. There are also some chooks and a pair of troublesome goats who were so much trouble they had to go! My simple green life isn't always as simple or as green as I'd like...but I keep trying!

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

"Love thy neighbour as thy self"

is the second most important commandment, according to Jesus.

Then there is the mid 17 Century proverb,
"Fences make good neighbours".

According to the theme from a popular Australian sit-com
(everybody sing along)
"Everybody, needs good neighbours".

Well, I am lucky to have a very good neighbour,
who is quite loveable.
and the fence between us is good enough.

And hanging over the fence:

Lucky, aren't I?


  1. whats the purple one I like neighbours live a fairway up the road where i like them LOL

  2. I'm just about to blog partly about a neighbour. I do like your neighbour Hazel.

  3. Love that last photo. We have a great neighbour too - Mr P with the goats.

  4. Three goats? VG. He..he..he.

    Mrs Mac, that's a hebe...they used to be called 'veronica' - which I like as I have a sister by that name. but now we are only allowed to call them hebes.

  5. Lovely flowers and lucky neighbour

  6. It really spring fever there with so many pretty blooms.

  7. How lucky that you can share the lovely blooms with your neighbour.

  8. And all my neighbour gives me are those horrible tiny black berries that mice like to eat...lucky my chooks like to eat mice too.

    Lovely blooms Hazel!

  9. It's always good to get along with your neighbours, and even better if you like them :) We're lucky in that respect too, that all of our immediate neighbours are lovely and supportive. Gorgeous blooms btw!

  10. Looks like you are having a lovely spring. Beautiful blooms from your neighbor :)

  11. Beautiful neighbourly offerings, Hazel.


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