HEY taylorswift COME BACK… BE HERE IN THE PHILIPPINES AGAIN! <3 MANY FILIPINO SWIFTIES ARE WAITING FOR 1989 WORLD TOUR. YAS! WE ARE WAITING YOU TO ANNOUNCE THAT WE ARE INCLUDED TO THE TOUR. OMG! THAT’LL MAKE US HAPPY. <3 WE CAN’T COINTAIN OUR HAPPINESS WHILE READING AND SEEING UPDATES WHILE THE TOUR IS ON GOING. THAT MADE US OUT WHOLE DAY! YOU REALLY DID A GREAT JOB! FILIPINO HAS NO CHILL BABY! #WEWANT1989WORLDTOURMNL
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Why spend an insane amount of money for a scoop of ice cream in the city, when you can buy a whole cointainer of vanilla soy ice cream in Spar, for the same price and top it with melted dark chocolate? I don’t get it. That’s why I’m enjoying this yummy stracciatella. 😏 #vegan #whatfatveganseat #nomnomnom #usaumazanaokoliust
la vida en colores. diferentes vidas. un mismo ciclo. vivir y morir. asusta, pero vas a morir, deberias de ir haciendote la idea de ello. color life. different lives. one cycle. living and dying. scary but you’re gonna die, you should go making you the idea of it. lives, be happy, be you! #colors #life #die #scary #be #happy #street #cointainers #gray #blue #yellow #green #brown #me by franciscoparenteparente http://ift.tt/1z9EsG6
Some things got damaged during winter, but luckily most of the plants survived.
We have more work to do before the plants can be moved to permanent locations. Untill then, these containers is the home for those surviving.
Snowdrop is in flower. We need some easy plants like those, growing from bulbs every year.
Some of the cuttings from last year looks like they survived. It’s gooseberry, and black or red currant or a mix. Haven’t been too organiced here…
In a park we sometimes take a walk we found a lot of willow branches laying on the ground. Couldn’t resist the temptation to stick those into some soil.
The two other cointainers are cuttings from our black currant and black chokeberry plants. We’re thinking of making an hedge of the chokeberry plants, because it’s a nice low hedge with eatable berries.
We don’t have much time for planting this year, but some tomatoes and sunflower seeds is in the soil and packed into a smal temporary green house.