Noth­ing like the longer brighter days to re­ju­ve­nate us

Bray People - - INTERVIEW -

ALL the bet­ter if it is dry with a lit­tle heat, not like we have had to en­dure the past num­ber of days as we im­pa­tiently wish to en­joy the out­doors.

For most that comes from the plea­sure of get­ting their gar­den into shape and the more com­mit­ted gar­den­ers to pre­pare the soil to plant their veg­eta­bles and also grow the sum­mer fruit. This whole process for most is be­hind time with the un­favourable weather con­di­tions.

But no mat­ter how we might be feel­ing be­cause of what seems a long hi­ber­na­tion over the win­ter, the gar­den can be a great panacea to cure all our ills and cer­tainly lift our spir­its. At least the dif­fi­cult chal­lenges of day to day life don’t seem as bad when you are out in the fresh air and soak­ing up hope­fully some warmth.

Gar­den­ing al­ways has been a great hobby for a great many peo­ple, and a great sup­port to the bud­get of fam­i­lies through the sup­ply of fresh pro­duce, veg­eta­bles and fruit which is a big sav­ing when the cost of grow­ing them and buy­ing them is com­pared.

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