As my blog turns into a pumpkin …

It’s two minutes to midnight on March 31! My time as March author is about to run out.

I’m sad to say goodbye, but on the bright side, this happened today:

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Nothing makes a fan of carnivorous plants (or any plants!) happier than a box like that on their doorstep.

When I opened it, one sarracenia pitcher plant was desperate to get out.

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Now the whole boxload are making themselves at home where they’ll catch plenty of flies for us.

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These magnificent plants, by the way, are all from a marvellous and very experienced Christchurch carnivorous plant grower by the name of Ross Taylor. (Maybe you’ve visited his nursery?)

Okay, the computer’s squawking midnight … My finery is about to turn to turn to rags. (Oh wait, I was wearing rags anyway.)

I’m hanging out to see who the April author is …

All the best!

Johanna xoxox

 

5 Responses so far

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    Ella said,

    Thanks for being the March Star Author, Johanna! 🙂

    Your posts were really fun and interesting to read!

    And… *checks* …nope. The blog didn’t turn into a pumpkin. 😉

    Johannarella (?) lives on to write books and look after her carnivorous plants! 😀 (Erk, that was bad… >.< )

    Good luck with your future writing (and carnivorous plants, of course 😉 )!

    -Ella

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    Tiff Stewart said,

    Bye Johanna! Has been great to hear the other side of the magazine making process…see you soon!

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    Johannaknox said,

    Thanks Tiff – they are pretty spectacular, these ones!


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