A blog of humorous nature

Month January 2021

Furniture needed

Recently, as a part of my studio gardening project, I had to get a new bookshelf and a corner desk to fit the changed layout. I finally found a lovely looking and reasonably priced bespoke furniture maker, made the order… Continue Reading →

Then came the RO

Aquarium adventure 5 October was beginning and most of my plants had turned into mush and I was with tweezers pulling them out pretty much daily. So I took the advice I had been given, and started to investicate different… Continue Reading →

What happens when you add co2

Aquarium adventure 4 Here begins the theory part. Skip to part 5 if you don’t want to know the cruelsome details. I have to admit I am terrified of gas bottles. I dreaded connecting the 500ml gas bottle to the… Continue Reading →

Of exercise

I have really grown fond of spinning classes. You know the ones I mean, the ones for fit and young and pretty people. Where BMI averages 22.5, where you have your sleek hair in a pony tail and wear white… Continue Reading →

Tubes and more tubes

Urban gardening 2 Considering that trees seem to not mind a permanent lock down (unlike us humans), perhaps I could grow tomatoes and cucumbers and pumpkins and watermelons in…lets say, my studio? Summer 365, relative humidity controlled, no unreliable variables… Continue Reading →


Aquarium adventure 3 Unfortunately our trip was cut short by nonstop rain, so upon early return I saw reasonably clear water. But most panes had now turned brownish, and the floating snowflakes had been replaced by floating sh*t flakes. Its… Continue Reading →

Aquarium learning is a slippery slope

Aquarium adventure 2 So having started the 450 litre bucket, it was about a week into it that the bacteria had done some magic and I bought my first 6 fish. Zooming around in my milky white tank, I was… Continue Reading →

Urban gardening

Urban gardening 1 Have you ever wondered why we don’t plant fruit trees on public areas and roadsides? I just cannot stop thinking about it. Instead of having birches and pines and palm trees, why not put apples, pears, plums,… Continue Reading →

Its really quite simple

When you’re 40 something and you have avoided technological wonders like plaque, to start a blog is a little bit of a challenge. Apart from knowing that I needed a site, and a hotel (sounds more like brick and mortar… Continue Reading →

Aquarium, it has been more than a dream

Aquarium adventure 1 After months of thinking and dreaming of having a freshwater aquarium, in June 2020 I finally dared to say it aloud and in fact start to search a suitable tank. As it had been good 30 years… Continue Reading →

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