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November 20, 2007

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maninas

on a totally unrelated note: have you read alessandro baricco's 'il novecento'? that's the name of the book, and it can be found in english, too. the main character is an amazing pianist who lives on an ocean liner/cruiser. he is an orphan, adopted by a man working in a shipyard. the man loves names, and gives him all sorts of funny names, one of which is - Lemoni / lemone - Lemon! He got the idea after he saw a box of lemons... :) that's what your two first photos reminded me off. like a flash from that man's memory. :)

Sophie

Lovely though Australia is, I don't envy you the Summers. Hopefully all of your plants will thrive nevertheless (at least you will get to find out which varieties can tolerate the heat best).

Yogurt and lemon is a lovely combination, definitely worth using up your last few lemons for (one of my favourite organic yogurt brands has started making a lemon curd yogurt and I can't stop buying it).

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