Tea break with Earth Garden and PiP magazine.
Tea breaks are short lived around these parts, so I make sure it’s worth it. Excellent reading and excellent tea. (Not telling the small people where I’m going to hide with said mags and tea also helps.)
What are you reading and drinking at the moment?
So excited to get my copy of Earth Garden! They published my article on page 39. Must go out and get PIP also.
Oh it is you! Nice one! I love the idea of the symmetry of water spray 🙂
May your gardens grow beautifully big and bountiful!
(ps. Mine is the stingless bee article.)
Congrats to JK above! I will look for it.
Tony will be delighted with the new PIP which I have now subscribed him to, thanks Brydie.
Drinking Tetley’s, 2 teabags in a BIG mug (some might call it a soup mug but then some don’t quaff tea for survival’s sake…) and reading ‘you’ at the moment. I have Grassroots magazine to wade through and love the look of those 2 mags. Might have to check out the moth-eaten sock under the bed to see if it will stretch to a subscription or two…
Getting uninterrupted time is such a challenge. I often buy magazines and new issues come out before I have had a chance to read the issues I’ve bought xx
Homemade (herbal) tea and The Edible Garden from Alys Fowler.
I’m reading Born to Run for my book club which is about barefoot ultra runners – it’s unbelievably interesting and I’m not an ultra or barefoot runner!
My Christmas present from my mum was a subscription to earth garden. I save it for a special quiet read. Haven’t read pip.
That’s a great present to get Jess. I think magazine subscriptions are ace for presents as they keep giving long after the birthday has come and gone. Pip is an excellent read too, comes out twice a year.
Great pic there. It looks like we’re in great company.
Say, if anybody here hasn’t checked out Pip Magazine yet, use the coupon code, THISBLOGROX, when checking out your subscription order, for free postage.