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My name is Kaye and I am 58 years old. Unbelievably to me, at my age, I have now just embarked upon my third career - as a History Education Consultant! I love to cross stitch and quilt, especially with my kittens, Furio and Milo "helping" me. I also love to read, I have a passion for history and I have been cooking since I was about 12 - move over Junior Masterchef! So, this blog, which started out as a cross stitch blog sometimes morphs into a reading journal or a history lesson (sorry, I used to be a secondary teacher before I became a publisher and now a consultant) or a post about my cooking mojo. Whatever it is, this blog is alway about me, my family and my life here in Eaglemont, Victoria. I have been happily married for over 30 years to the most wonderful man and we are blessed with three beautiful grown up children.

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Sunday, 24 April 2016

I think....

... I am starting a mushroom farm on my front lawn!  lol!


'Nuff said!

hugs, 



18 comments:

shez said...

lol i havent seen any at our place yet Kaye,can you eat those ones xx

Heather said...

Dang lol that's a lot! We don't have any yet but I think DMIL is getting a few.

Carm said...

My son came home with a very large bag full yesterday. Had to quit stitching so I could clean them and lay them out to dry.

Lesley said...

They look interesting..are they edible? :)

Linda said...

LOL

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

We have mole hills! A lot less attractive.

Daniela Bencúrová said...

We also grow like :-)

Bea said...

More attractive than moss, which is what a lot of "lawns" are here because it's so wet.

Crazee4books said...

Are any of them eatable? They do look nice and frilly.
We get mushrooms too but it'll be months yet before
we'll see them. It's still cool here.

Barb said...

A fun reminder that it is getting to be Fall down your way! We get lots of them in Sept./Oct.

Penny said...

It sure looks like it. : ) And thank you for the update on Noddy.

Brigitte said...

In the fall we have them as well ...

KimM said...

Holy shmoly. Good luck with trying to eat them....don't hurt yourself.
xxx

Stitching Noni said...

We have had a couple of small ones pop up after the rain we have been getting... but nothing as spectacular as the ones you have!!
Hugs xx

butterfly said...

We also get them when the weather is damp and warm.

Carol said...

My parents used to go around the neighborhood picking edible mushrooms so mom could make soup--they would probably have loved your yard, Kaye :)

Margaret said...

Very nice! Love mushrooms. :D

Cath said...

LOLs! Do you know an edible one from a non edible??? We had heaps of fairytale toadstools last year...they were so much fun to photograph.

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