It’s June but with Temperatures of December.

So what Have I been up to all week.. Well I will leave you to judge for yourselves. As I reblog a post from my Gardening Blog..
Enjoy the New Moon also on Saturday and PLANT your INTENT into the Universe..
Wishing you all a Very Happy Weekend.
Love and Blessings
Sue

Dreamwalker's Garden

I set too and weeded out all of the grass that had grown.I set too and weeded out all of the grass that had grown  among the raspberries.

Hello my fellow gardener’s, well it is June already, although someone forgot to tell Mother Nature, as the Temperature here in our part of the UK was 2 deg’s lower than on Christmas Day on June the 1st.

But it has not stopped the work going on in the Allotment Plot. Click onto photo’s to enlarge.

I have been weeding none stop every morning all week, while Hubby has dug the piece  behind the shed, preparing it for butternut squash. We also put up a net around our redcurrents, and a lock was put in to stop the greenhouse door being opened.. Sadly we still have a thief who is helping themselves to various things, A fellow allotment holder a few plots away from us had his Green house heater stolen, ( while it…

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  1. Eddie Two Hawks
    Jun 03, 2016 @ 21:07:55

    Burr! What does nature have in mind with temps like those? Can never count
    on the weather. Had 4.5 inches of rain the other day in just a few hours, unexpectedly of coarse. Garden is looking good though; here’s to everything settling down soon. sending blessings and love, Eddie

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  2. thespiritkeepers
    Jun 03, 2016 @ 21:14:40

    Temps are so weird with below seasonal averages and then spiking to temps that are sky high the next day. It is like that all over the world

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  3. belasbrightideas
    Jun 03, 2016 @ 21:33:31

    We have had unseasonable cool-ness in Hawai’i as well. And I am grateful for it, as last summer was brutally hot and still (no wind). Beyond that, I am sorry someone is pilfering, it is done here as well with pineapples (for example) taking 2 years to mature and ripen their fruit. We privacy fenced in our little 1/2 acre yard, so we are safe from it, though we will have plenty of pines to give away this year, not to mention bananas, papayas, tangerines, and more. Stealing from gardens is sad, because a) just ask and most gardeners I know would give you what you need and b)it diminishes trust in the goodness of our fellow humans. So I hope things simmer down that way for you, but hold no illusions at the same time! Enjoy your weekend, Sue❤

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Jun 04, 2016 @ 12:28:30

      Yes it is sad, because we gladly give away lots of pur produce.. and if someone was in need, or wanting something we could share we would gladly help them out..
      This is someone on the plot.. Where as last year we had a much worse thief, who came with Van and broke into many sheds on the same night stealing precious tools, like rotavators and mowers along with garden tools.. Unfortunately the police are not interested, most can be sold on at garden autions and car boot sales. Luckily they broke our lock on the shed, but it was double locked with a key lock, and failed to get into ours.. Good luck with your own produce Bela, what a delightful aray of fruit to be able to grow!🙂 .. 🙂❤

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  4. DG MARYOGA
    Jun 03, 2016 @ 23:17:12

    A little bird had told me about the low temps,earlier today,he had travelled all the way down from the UK to gather sunshine and now is back because there is so much work to be done in the allotments where she works.They grow such a big diversity of vegetables and flowers in Sue’s garden …
    Hi my friend Sue,seeing is believing,I am stunned by all the thriving plants in your garden and I can imagine how happy you feel to see them growing.All is so neat and well-protected from the sudden attack of the “spring-winter”.Here the weather is hot and dry.Thank you for sharing all your gorgeous photos with us.Enjoy a splendid warm weekend.Sending you all my love and plenty of sunshine ☀️☀️☀️🙂

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  5. nonsmokingladybug
    Jun 04, 2016 @ 00:20:17

    OH I wish my Garden would like that already. Good job. Thank you for sharing

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  6. nonsmokingladybug
    Jun 04, 2016 @ 00:20:58

    Oh Sue, your garden looks great. Thank you for sharing

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  7. Heartafire
    Jun 04, 2016 @ 01:52:55

    Such a lovely garden Sue, it is in the 90’s here with lots of rain! A hot house effect for the gardens!

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Jun 04, 2016 @ 11:53:24

      Thank you Holly and sorry I had to rescue you from my Spam box.. seems they had a field day with WP followers.. I had to rescue 8 genuine WP followers comments this morning..
      Sound a perfect combination of heat and rain, so long as you do not get the floods that have been affecting many parts of the world.. Glad you enjoyed your visit Holly xxx

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  8. DG MARYOGA
    Jun 04, 2016 @ 09:17:48

    Trying to spot your email …. My comments don’t show again,they disappear.Please unspam them ….

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  9. DG MARYOGA
    Jun 04, 2016 @ 09:18:52

    Please !!!!!!!
    A little bird had told me about the low temps,earlier today,he had travelled all the way down from the UK to gather sunshine and now is back because there is so much work to be done in the allotments where she works.They grow such a big diversity of vegetables and flowers in Sue’s garden …
    Hi my friend Sue,seeing is believing,I am stunned by all the thriving plants in your garden and I can imagine how happy you feel to see them growing.All is so neat and well-protected from the sudden attack of the “spring-winter”.Here the weather is hot and dry.Thank you for sharing all your gorgeous photos with us.Enjoy a splendid warm weekend.Sending you all my love and plenty of sunshine ☀️☀️☀️🙂

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  10. DG MARYOGA
    Jun 04, 2016 @ 09:22:39

    Funny and upsetting,I have copied and pasted my comment more than four times,it disappeared here and under the allotments.I am so very sorry,it took me hours to see what was happening again.You might find them all spammed.Thank God it was posted today.Happy weekend,my dearest Sue🙂 xxxxxx

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  11. Tom Merriman
    Jun 04, 2016 @ 10:08:44

    Happy Saturday, Sue!

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  12. aFrankAngle
    Jun 04, 2016 @ 12:19:06

    That a way … gardening is one of your passions … so I know your hard work with yield a bountiful harvest.

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  13. insearchofitall
    Jun 04, 2016 @ 16:52:59

    I was out at 6 this morning watering as we are expecting EXTREME heat today and tomorrow. There are warnings everywhere. Setting a record for the first week of June. Triple digits is rare in the Pacific NW yet we’ve had more of it this year than ever. 103 today. By mid next week, we go back to almost normal. Enjoy your weekend.

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  14. Maria Wind Talker
    Jun 04, 2016 @ 18:52:43

    I had the heating on on Thursday lol love your allotment, great harvests this year. Just need some sun for the Tomatoes now. 😀 xx

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  15. cat
    Jun 04, 2016 @ 20:28:03

    No … “burr” here … we had some rain and now heat ++ … I put my garden in yesterday … and know it will grow like crazy til end of August … thank 4 stopping at my blog, friend Sue … Love, cat.

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  16. dgkaye
    Jun 05, 2016 @ 02:37:02

    Wow Sue. It seems we are having opposite weather. We were cold here up to halfway through May and suddenly we are having July temperatures and sweating, lol. I sure hope it warms up for your crops and plants. We’ve had a few of those weird summers in the past, losing a lot of plants.🙂 xoxo

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  17. stephensmustang1
    Jun 05, 2016 @ 04:59:05

    Wow–that’s crazy. You can send some of that cold here. lol. OUr AC is down again and it’s staying close to 90 or even above.
    I hope your plants/crops make it in the cold.
    love and hugs.

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  18. Emma Sarah Tennant
    Jun 05, 2016 @ 09:19:46

    Summer needs a spell of sunshine! I couldn’t believe the first day of June, in our area of London, was around 14C all day. Our poor hives were just starting to get stronger and have been set back again – they really need about six to eight weeks of warmer and drier weather, and so does our garden! Let’s hope the weather is kinder for the rest of the season and allows nature to thrive again.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Jun 05, 2016 @ 11:16:41

      I hope your Bees pull through Emma.. We had lots of Big bumble bees out with the warmth early on, then it dropped so cold we had snow before we travelled to Scotland at the end of April.. It warmed up, then dropped again like a stone.. And altough I have rescued a couple of Bees, I have sadly seen more that have perished.. xx

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  19. Nihar Pradhan
    Jun 07, 2016 @ 03:36:00

    Sue at the outset thanks for taking us to the heart of the matter, the nature and the nurturing of nature. Nature has its way to show its anger and the frustration if not given the care and the protection it needs. This summer has been on such indication, in India we had one of the worst summer in the recent history, temperature had risen and not just couple of points in the mercury but had jumped 5 to 10 degrees across the length and breath of India. Just take a case of Bangalore city, known for its lovely climate and why weather has seen a sea change and in fact first time the temperature there has crossed the last 100 years record. It is just not that there but there are others places in India where temperature has crossed the half century mark, I was finding it real difficult to image how people manage to stay in such sultry heat when they don’t have or cannot afford the cooler or the air conditioning to mitigate the burning heat. One of the primary reason has been the rampant urbanization and industrialization, and there has been millions of trees cut and there has been no replacement or re-plantation to compensate the loss in nature. We have all taken it for granted and have done so for pretty long and it is time for nature to take a toll on us for the treatment we have given out.
    😀
    Sue, always a such a lovely picture to see you so nicely engaged with the nature and giving the care. Nurturing nature should be the fundamental nature of human beings but ironically we mankind have become so unkind to nature…these are changing times and nature is giving glimpses of what is likely to come in case we are not amending our ways and means of dealing with it.

    Hope everything is fine at your end Sue and it’s been long that we had such lovely conversations.
    Take Care!!!
    :D:D:D

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Jun 09, 2016 @ 10:09:04

      My Dear Nihar,
      It was so nice to log into my blog to see such a lovely
      Comment my friend.
      Yes the weather here now has taken a dramatic turn, and we have experienced highs of 26C degs this week with clear blue skies for a change.. While in some parts of Europe, France, Austria and Germany had flash floods with sudden storms.
      Yesterday in parts of the UK also there was flash floods..

      I so sympathise with those in your part of the world who suffer such high temperatures. Yes the eco system has been truly upset. And in many places now because the Trees are no longer there with their much needed root systems to keep soil erosions from happening, when it rains hard, landslides and flooding now takes place much quicker.

      So many places in towns are concreted and drains blocked and not adequate can not cope with the deluges now we are experiencing. As for several years now we are getting more tropical type rain dropping in buckets from the sky.

      This planet is a living planet and is constantly changing.. We as a species are helping escalate that change by the pollutants we add to its atmosphere. It has warmed up and frozen several times during the history of Planet Earth.. And it is merely upon another of her cycles that come around every 26,000 years or so🙂 ..
      It just happens we are here to witness it.😀

      I have no doubts our Earth Mother will always recover, whether mankind as a species will, well that remains to be seen🙂..

      I have not been on WordPress all week due to taking advantage of the warmer weather, and being in my gardens both working and relaxing.. It has been too nice to sit indoors behind a computer screen..
      I spent far too many hours inside a windowless factory during my life time.. Not to enjoy Summer and all her gifts..
      So forgive me not visiting you recently.. But you know I will be catching you up soon.. As I love our exchanges in conversations Nihar..

      Many thanks again..

      Blessings Sue

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      • Nihar Pradhan
        Jun 09, 2016 @ 17:26:28

        Yes Sue, Planet Earth is undergoing a tectonic shift and the environment has become really unpredictable. There is indeed a cycle of change that comes in few centuries and as you have mentioned in 26,000 years there is complete change over in our planet and perhaps we are at that destined crossroad and don’t know what to do and how to react and we are becoming just mere witness to the signals and indication of the imminent major transformation to Mother Earth. Pollution levels have crossed the stretched limits and the pain we are inflicting on nature is only creating the space for disaster to happen.
        I was just seeing the flood in France and the way the city was under constant threat of destroying the precious art work preserved in various art gallery in and around the river bank…yes different parts of Europe is under the grip of such flood and sudden rain.
        Good to know that your place is having such pleasant weather and I am envious and I would have also given the computer and blogging a goodbye temporarily and cherish and enjoy every bit of the lovely weather, and relatively the heat that has hit this part of the world, it is like paradise there with such temperature and being in the glory of nature and giving every senses the due that they deserve to get but many a times we have taken these senses for granted and thereby we have forced ourselves to be unhealthy. To be healthy, we have to be close to nature and nurture our senses.
        Yes, its been long that we had such lovely conversation and the break has given the much needed fresh thoughts to power our discussion. Always and always it is such a wonderful feeling to share and exchange ideas and perspective with you and perhaps therein lies the true power of blogging as a platform. Where else we would met and had such diverse and enriching discussion, keep doing year after year and giving our mind the fodder to feed its true intellect and making us feel blessed.
        Take care and looking forward!!!😀

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        • Sue Dreamwalker
          Jun 11, 2016 @ 10:12:50

          I agree Nihar.. The Power of Blogging is huge, as we embrace each other over the airwaves through various trails, be it to encourage or send our healing thoughts. The WEB was well named for each of us are connected not only via its web, but the stands of compassion that spread out. And when one part of the world is hurting or be it an individual, we feel the vibration travelling along its length as we respond.
          I am ever grateful for our two way conversations and hope to be visiting you shortly after I try to put a post together which is proving difficult as I have been experiencing more technical problems.. But I keep smiling, for all is as it should be.

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          • Nihar Pradhan
            Jun 12, 2016 @ 04:45:06

            Yes, so much true Sue…embracing each other over the airwaves and digital trails of thoughts that get transported through the web and gets the mind spiritually connected. There is this lovely vibration that keeps emanating from each other and so much goodwill, compassion and authenticity in the conversation that it makes the interaction truly inspirational and periodically magical. Sue, life is indeed so beautiful and good conversations are real engines of such beauty and it costs nothing but gives everything. There is gratitude and there is grace in our conversations that makes it profound and has stood the test of time and I’m indeed grateful to you for being such a wonderful friend and sharing such lovely thoughts time and again and enriching our discussion and taking it to a different level.

            I understand these small technical glitches are irritates and it disrupts the train of flowing thoughts and it takes a while to get back on track but being composed and being able to smile makes the big difference in addressing and overcoming any such problems in life.

            Sue, have a healing and happening Sunday.
            Take Care!!!😀

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  20. IreneDesign2011
    Jun 08, 2016 @ 05:51:31

    Brrr, it sounds really cold Sue. Here we had around 35 degrees in the afternoon yesterday.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Jun 09, 2016 @ 09:26:44

      Yes it has warmed up here too Irene.. 26C and clear skies, although yesterday in some parts of England there was flash floods with heavy thunderstorms.. Even in London. But we escaped them.. xx Much love Sue

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  21. Maniparna Sengupta Majumder
    Jun 13, 2016 @ 11:38:42

    Temperature is weird here as well. We are experiencing the most terrible summer this year…high temperature and humidity…
    The balance of the whole planet is toppled, I guess… so much pollution…global warming…greenhouse gases…we are destroying ourselves…

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Jun 14, 2016 @ 20:03:34

      Yes it appears the planet is a reflection for sure of the Human Race.. for we are surly out of Balance..
      Many thanks again for your thoughts, and I hope your own weather soon finds it own balance again.. Ours went very warm, now cool and very very wet with flash flooding in parts.. Thankfully we are fine where we live.❤

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  22. Kourtney Heintz
    Jun 26, 2016 @ 17:58:08

    Wow you’ve been busy! What a week.🙂

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