May progress

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About Ruth Paris

Leadership & executive coach, based near Farnham, Surrey, UK. Love my garden and organic allotment / potager.
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10 Responses to May progress

  1. Zoe says:

    Wow, looks amazing. Well done.

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  2. Ruth Paris says:

    Thanks Zoe! it’s starting to come together after such a horrible start to the year 🙂

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  3. philipparees says:

    Abundance of promise, perfect alignments, must be wonderful to view, collaborate, create art, and then eat with others. Knocks spots off writing for a living- no, not a living- a different compulsion with fewer pleasures. Congratulations Ruth. Marvellous!

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    • philipparees says:

      P.S If only words would line up as inevitably as plants, and the mixed diet choose instinctively such varieties of height, breadth and nourishment. Perhaps the seeds I must plant are instructions to the unconscious to unroll words along the trenches, and climb the stakes, so in summer to shade and in autumn to fall. You have given me an idea for my barren season!

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      • Ruth Paris says:

        What a creative idea, Philippa! I love how the underground currents run – like microrhizzal fungi. And sometimes what seems barren is actually coming beautifully to life – like the tray of weeks-ago-sown Czar beans I had given up on ever germinating that showed perfect little white tails of a first rootling when I precipitately emptied their tray of compost… then hastily repotted with a whispered apology. The real barrenness was my presumptuous lack of faith.

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  4. Susan Scott says:

    Wonderful Ruth!!!!

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  5. Sharon says:

    Looks lovely. I have broad bean envy!

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  6. Ruth Paris says:

    Thanks Sharon. I always have some red flowered bbs because they look so pretty. Taste not as good but worth it for the bee fest 🙂

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  7. Gook says:

    Such an astounding selection !

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