There really is something quite wonderful about waking up to see snow covering the countryside, children throwing snowballs, and parents acting as huskies pulling their children along on a sled as they giggle loudly.
It’s amazing how beautiful Mother Nature can make our world look in the depths of winter.
Within the household this week we had a bit of a disaster– the freezer broke down and stopped working.
So rather than throw everything away or consume vast amounts of oven chips and several bags of peas dating way back to the early 90’s, we put everything into a covered box and left them outside the back door, just until we could source a new freezer.
I wrapped the hairy rug from the front room around me so that I could release my inner caveman… I tried to convince my wife to join in but she was too busy watching Celebs Go Dating!
On this occasion we were quite fortunate Mother Nature was with us and with a little ingenuity we were able to solve our problem and it’s the topic of ingenuity that brings me on to this weeks’ gardening question.