Tuesday, 14 September 2010

chilli, chilly

My chillies are ripening, finally, even as everything else passes into winter.
They're no longer lush and green but we will be able to have as much thai food as we want for the foreseeable future.

In other news, I am enjoying war and peace more than I thought anyone could enjoy war and peace, and I cracked and ordered the whole booker shortlist so that I can get on with reading them.

Anyone know where I can get a time-turner from?


  1. Are you enjoying the authorial interjections too?

    So now, dear reader, we note the tell-tail signs of interesting developments. Our heroine has flung herself at two literary climbs to be circumvented in no short order of time, with a heavy bag of riches, patterns and rings yet to untangle (we're still waiting for the how and why you really LOVED it). Is this the fraying of the rope, or will the mounting pressure strengthen her resolve and measure. Or will it fall asunder, like so many seeds in the pepper, with a whimpering 'I cracked'.

  2. I can't help with the time-turner but a banana will help the chillies. Well, the practical must have a place in the most rarified of existences...