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Dec 30, 2010

Spending the last day of 2010 quietly.

Many people not only in Japan but in the world seem to have a fun in spending the last day of the year holding parties, drinking, watching movies through a night. But I usually spend the day quietly reflecting what happened in the year without watching year-end special TV programs.
But I will do some exercises avoiding weight gain because new year's feasts are waiting in new year holiday when my family and relatives will gather.
And I went to my garden today and I harvested more vegetables for my parents.



The biggest thing to me in 2010 is launching my blog on my vegetable garden. Starting the blog in June, I could know many gardeners from many countries exchanging ideas and showing my achieves through the blog.
I am very happy that my blog has gathered over 3000 accesses for about 6 months since starting my blog.

I am thinking of what I want to do in 2011 and have put the on a list
No.1: Changing layout of my planting beds for more planting space
No.2: Planting new kinds of vegetables like celeries, corianders and herbs.

What do you want to do the next year? When it comes to gardening, I will try new vegetables and cook them into delicious dishes!

Lastly, I would like to express my application for all followers and bloggers who read my blog and sent warm messages! Do-mo Arigato!

-- from iPod touch

10 comments:

cinafong said...

Happy holidays and Happy New Year.

cina

Mark Willis said...

Good luck with re-organising your plot Takaeko. As a result of reading your blog, I have ordered seeds for lots of different oriental veg which I plan to try growing next year - komatsuna, bekana, tah-tsoi, oriental mustard, Chinese cabbage, etc. I have no idea whether they will grow well, but it will be fun finding out! Happy New Year to you and your family.

Hazel said...

May your garden plans be fruitful!

Malay-Kadazan girl said...

新年あけましておめでとうございます。良い野菜育てましたね。ここはもう2011はじめました。

takaeko said...

>Malay
明けましておめでとうございます。日本はあと30分で年明けです。
今年越しそばを食べています。

takaeko said...

>Mark
I hope your new challenges will be successful.
We have Only 30 minutes to 2011in Japan. Happy new year to you!

cikmanggis said...

親愛なるtakaeko、幸せな新しいyear.Iはcoriandersや他のハーブの詳細を掲載する予定のblog.Hopeを読むのが好きです。

Mark Willis said...

Hi Takaeko; I want to ask you a favour: I would like to use one of your photos in one of my blog-posts. I want to show more people what Komatsuna is (it's not well-known in the UK). You have published many photos of this delicious vegetable. Would it be OK with you if I used one?

Lrong said...

Takaeko-san
あけましておめでとうございます。
I was looking for some gardening blogs and was happy to find your blog through browsing...
Good idea on growing komatsuna with the vinyl... may try it sometime...

takaeko said...

>Lrongさん
明けましておめでとうございます。
Welcome to my blog! I browsed your blog and I'm suppressed with your varieties of vegetables! Are you spending new year holidays in Kagawa? I think it is so cold there. Now I am making this comment eating Ozoni and Osechi.