vegetating present participle of veg·e·tate (Verb)
1. Live or spend a period of time in a dull, inactive, unchallenging way.
2. (of a plant or seed) Grow; sprout.


I’m going off vegetating for a while, and I’m either removing this blog entirely or will streamline it.

For further explanation/confusion see here: Change

3 thoughts on “Vegetating

  1. I don’t think there is an expectation to acknowledge praise, certainly not on blog comments because people tend not to go back and read them anyway so how would they know? I am totally in love with your garden by the way. Ours is teeny and full of children but you’ve made me rethink the front garden a bit…


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