Gardening & Dr Who

Well, time has flown and the school term has almost finished! Yippee!!
Apart from this, the latest season of Dr Who is finished. The last two episodes were amazing and obviously led onto the beginning of the season for next year (or just the Christmas special).
www.david.tennant.com
Davids Dr Who Site
There is one more season before David Tennant (The Doctor) takes a break from filming to do live stage production, then it will be 2010 before we see any more of The Doctor. At least we still have one more season to go!

Gardening
Hubby was a great help yesterday and helped to make the back garden a better place. He dug it over. See his story about digging here
Now that the garden has been dug I will be able to plant in the seedlings I have growing out back. I wish I could just remember which pot held what seedling! They are too young to tell for sure which is which exactly, though I am sure that the ones with the round leaves are the rosella plants (some of which I am giving away)

Pigs
They are doing well and the dog isn't barking anymore at them except for the occasional bark.

Reptiles
Luke & Lucy are growing well and the colours are just getting better and better with age.
The central netted dragons are pretty much into breeding mode already and I am sure one of the girls is gravid already.
The beardeds are fattening up and Smaug has the brightest yellow and nice lavender on his back. They should be ready to breed next year. I think I will need a bigger incubator this time next year! I will definitely need another one for when the snakes breed.
The skinks should breed this year also, I hope! No sign of it yet though, they may just be too familiar with each other though. I hope not!

Kids
They are kids! And having fun, and looking forward to next term when swimming lessons restart and excursions happen. (Especially the bug workshop which will happen)

Me
Work and taking on more work. I am learning quickbooks so that I can be a better help to the business!
Now though, I need to get on the laundry and make a trip to the mail box. Oh, and get school started.

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