Shridrea

Grace, 34, Feminino, Estados Unidos
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  • Bluesman24

    Hiiiiiiiiiii!:-)

    30 Jun 6h50 Responder
  • TheEnchantress

    I was wondering, Grace, did the plants take over? You seem to have been absent from here lately.... I have this vision of you in a jungle trying to hack your way out LOL Anyhow - hope all is well...... :)

    28 Jul 2013 Responder
  • BILLTHEBEARD

    Hello Grace, Just a quick peek at your window to say hi from Blighty! Warm regards and stay blessed - Paul - hugs!!

    11 Jul 2013 Responder
  • TheEnchantress

    I got strawberries Grace and they're just deliciously lovely and yummy! Had to share that with you....... and soon some blueberries I hope.... Hoping all is well with you and yours and your garden! :)

    6 Jul 2013 Responder
  • TheEnchantress

    Hey Grace, I know about sitting through movies, I am much the same and I rarely watch TV either, sometimes something will grasp me but at least when watching TV you can do a puzzle at the same time or something! I'm guessing you would crochet? Well, I'm about to go out and 'hit' my garden, I had a loony weekend last weekend with my pal from Thailand and didn't do a single thing - now the garden looks somewhat neglected but my strawberries are ripening and I love strawberries..... Sounds like your garden is close to producing too - exciting, nothing like eating your own produce. Have a groovy weekend - be happy. :)

    29 Jun 2013 Responder
  • TheEnchantress

    Oh indeed how fertilizer becomes chemistry............. actually the very best fertilizer is horse manure - works wonders and the more well rotted the better it is....... Crumbs we do get into some very intellectual conversations here, don't we? LOL My visiting son is on his way over to France - doing a road trip with some pals in time to reach the Formula1 Grand Prix in Monaco next Sunday. His very brave passenger is a fair maiden from your neck of the woods - well sort of - Ohio, doing a PHD at the Uni of London in something I know not what! I say she is brave for my son is driving a kit car, a replica of a Lotus7 and there is not protection against the elements......... he built it when he was 21. So the weekend begins and get fertilizing young lady!!!! Have a good one.....

    17 Mai 2013 Responder
  • TheEnchantress

    Well Grace, a garden that feeds you is an excellent idea, there truly is nothing quite like digging up and eating your own potatoes, and everything else for that matter. The only thing with growing veg is that you really cannot afford to let nature do her thing - you have to help with fertilizing and watering etc etc! I fed my lawns over the weekend and I realised that, actually, there isn't much grass - it's moss and daisies and dandelions and clover......... eugh and arghhhhh..... Anyhow, I wish you and yours a productive weekend and maybe a little rest inbetween.....

    10 Mai 2013 Responder
  • TheEnchantress

    Ahhh sweet, sounds like you're well on the way to possessing that 'green thumb' - here in the UK we say 'green fingers', vive le difference or something. I see you're into more productive gardening than me, I do grow tomatoes and I have raspberry canes, blueberries and a wonderful apple tree but on the whole my passion is for roses. I have shrub, tea, patio, ramblers and climbers to name but a few. When my sons lived at home they would complain like mad about my ramblers attacking them as they ducked through arches and pergolas.... could I help they are both between 6 foot and 6' 2" and I am a mere 5' 7"? LOL My favourite is a red climber that produces the most magnificent velvety roses - weather permitting that is. Glad you and Mark have hooked up again, he is going through a low profile stage on here I guess. Oh well back to the grind stone for me tomorrow and after such a sweet few summer days I feel almost relaxed. Going before I run out of characters..... byeee

    6 Mai 2013 Responder
  • TheEnchantress

    So are the prickly bits gone after listening to my music? ;) Hope your cat is okay and you have a better weekend. For us here in the UK it's a long one for the beginning of May. If Mark didn't get in touch - he said to say "hi" - told him he should do it himself! Looks like I will be gardening a lot this weekend - as soon as the weather warms up out pop those dandelions and weeds...... why can't I grow other plants as successively I wonder? Hmmmm............. As to social media, I guess it has its appeal so long as you keep the balance in your life (Oh I am SOOOO Libran!!) and make sure you remember that your real life is the important one. Keep well, keep happy and keep smooth around the edges............

    3 Mai 2013 Responder
  • TheEnchantress

    LOL...... could one be homesick for British weather??? I think not! However it's been a pretty good week with a stunning sunset here this evening. Days like this are to be treasured. Mark? I think he's decided to take on a lower profile here on LFM, I took myself off his friend list but we are in touch and all is well in his world of Virginia. It's easy to be sucked into the addiction of places like LFM I guess. Like you, I only get on here now and then, but I do love some of the music I've discovered through friends here and music I have to admit, IS an addiction with me.......... Always good to connect with people around the globe too it has to be said and have a little look into their lives. Anyhow, I ramble, so I will away and wish you a restful(?) weekend.............

    26 Abr 2013 Responder
  • MarathonPlayers

    http://www.last.fm/music/Marathon+Players hi sorry for the delay our cd just out i put 2 songs up for everyones listening enjoyment thanks happy earth day!

    22 Abr 2013 Responder
  • TheEnchantress

    Well Spring is here today and the sun is in full force but you know what English weather is like so I'll just be grateful that the sun is shining today and see what tomorrow brings. Now I'm wondering is it boiling there? Mark in VA tells me Spring seems to have passed them by with temps in the 90's eek. Work is busy but at least I have a nice half day on Friday which always feels rather indulgent and just plain nice. Anyhow hope your weekend goes well and may the sun shine but not too hotly!

    19 Abr 2013 Responder
  • TheEnchantress

    Thanks Grace - still feeling pretty down but I know I will get better in time. Hope Spring has arrived with you by now.

    10 Abr 2013 Responder
  • Bluesman24

    I know that Feeling exactly sometimes, what you descripe! I´m living on the Landside, working in a Town, if I´m going out somewhere, then usually direct after work, cheers, Markus

    10 Abr 2013 Responder
  • Bluesman24

    Yes, indeed it was, thanks for your Comment on my Blog, cheers, Markus

    9 Abr 2013 Responder
  • TheEnchantress

    Blimey 4.30 in the morning? That is a an early morning call - I'm not good with early mornings. I'm better when I've had a coffee but perhaps not good to say much to me before the caffeine has kicked me into action! I see from your spiel that your days at an English boarding school are still with you, your spelling of "favour" - you tell 'em! Although it's difficult trying to sell the spelling of "centre" the English way to a load of dyslexics.......... oh the intricacies of the English English language (yes folks I did mean to write English twice). So enjoy the simple pleasures of life for the time being and in time there will be more.

    1 Abr 2013 Responder
  • catherine_duc

    Btw, I totally agree with Enchantress below about cost of living in Australia - when I went to the USA, it was much cheaper with food, clothes and other goods. And the fact that our currency keeps on going up against the US dollar doesn't make things any cheaper for tourists (only for Aussies to go overseas).

    26 Mar 2013 Responder
  • catherine_duc

    Glad to hear you enjoyed Alex & Nilusha, Grace :) Will pass on your comment to Alex. On Monday I saw another free concert at the same venue - London Klezmir Quartet who played Jewish and Eastern European music. Next week it's Debussy I think. So glad I stumbled on these concerts :)

    26 Mar 2013 Responder
  • TheEnchantress

    Ahh Grace, your time will come. Remember I am a generation above you, kids have flown, mortgage is done and dusted, and financial commitments aren't quite the burden they once were. That isn't to say that Australia wasn't OMG expensive......... gee whiz... the cost of living there is astronomical compared with the UK but then earnings are higher there. Not good for tourism however in this present economical climate. Whatever it was amazing to spend time with my boys and extended family and to enjoy some wonderful hot weather. I did have photos up on my page but I took them down after a while. Now enjoying time off for three weeks, well sort of, I have some music research to do and meetings running up to the start of next term but at least I am not ruled by my alarm clock for the next few weeks and that is a very good feeling. Still in the grips of winter here and I would really like to get out and do some gardening. Fat chance of that between snow flurries and Siberian winds!

    25 Mar 2013 Responder
  • catherine_duc

    Hi Grace, the Brazilian percussionist's name is Alex Pertout. The singer Nilusha is also amazing (she sang jazz to African and Indian world music). You can listen to his music here: www.alexandnilusha.com

    24 Mar 2013 Responder
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I am a graduate student studying geoarchaeology. Sorta. I'm working on some details of using beryllium-10 to date soils, but my experiments and ideas fail. All I can say right now is that fungi is not the answer. =P

Other than that, I love to drink tea, read books, crochet and knit, listen to music, etc. I pretty much listen to anything other than country or gospel. I'm partial to rock and "southern rock" (whatever that is) and classical at the moment. I have also taken a shine to more foreign pop music in the morning to wake me up. Maybe next year I'll favour something different.

I'm playful, serious, busy, and relaxed all at once. I'm fairly unpredictable, yet I like a strict schedule so I can get everything done. I'm a dichotomy wrapped in an enigma. I'm me.

Shridrea's top albums (month) 1. Jamin Winans - Ink The Complete Soundtrack (23)
2. 12 Stones - Anthem For The Underdog (3)
3. Two Steps from Hell - Dreams & Imaginations - CD 3 (3)
4. Skillet - Awake (Deluxe Version) (3)
5. Various Composers - 300-Plus Classical Works (Personal Compilation) (3)


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