in Home & Gardening Love It LOL Cute Misunderstanding or Revenge? by Norman Darlo September 19, 2018, 5:15 pm 327 Views 14 Votes 32 Comments Read LaterAdd to FavouritesAdd to CollectionReport What do you think? 14 points Upvote Downvote Browse and manage your votes from your Member Profile Page darloDouentzagardenhaigahaikuIrelandpoetrysenryustormwind Written by Norman Darlo youtube 32 Comments Leave a Reply This is a Great to see. Log in to Reply It was revenge. For the wind to be denied passage, it must have been infuriated. “How you dare deny me the passage? Don’t you know who I am?” Buy, it must have resultes from misunderstanding? 1 Log in to Reply I tend to think it was revenge at my audacity too! Now I have given up the fight until spring, by which time I hope the wind will have forgotten the insult 🙂 Log in to Reply That is not good but probably a misunderstanding. 1 Log in to Reply Surely I should have explained things to the wind 😉 Log in to Reply Very interesting post! I like it! 1 Log in to Reply Thank you, Milena. Glad you liked it! Log in to Reply Dang. That was some gust!! 1 Log in to Reply It was, and there’s been more since, so I’m not going to attempt a re-erection 🙂 till spring! 1 Log in to Reply Why don’t you finish it in glass? You are half there already.. I love that greenhouse btw. 1 Log in to Reply In glass?! Er, no – it would be too hard picking up pieces of broken glass out of the grass! Yeah, I love that greenhouse too 😀 1 1 Log in to Reply Jeepers someone gave my comment a thumbs-down! 😀 1 Corrugated clear plastic? Yeah, I guess if the glass did break that would be a mess for sure. Downvote? Who did that!! Frowny face for the down voter.. 1 I’ve actually read that a solid barrier (like plastic or glass) is a less effective wind-break than something the wind can find its way through, but more slowly, like trees, or that membrane I have on the thing. It’s kind of counter-intuitive isn’t it! 1 Log in to Reply I was researching on what kind of greenhouse I could get for my desert property, I was wondering about that, I had heard of it. I think we decided against the plastic because of the dryness. They wont last a season out there. Well, at least it is easy to reapply right? Can I just turn it into a mini house and live in your garden? 2 I could dress up as grandmother, and let Meika wander around the garden.. We could call it Grandmothers house in the woods.. 1 I’m afraid you wouldn’t last long out there in our winter, but you’re welcome to try 😀 1 Log in to Reply I saw all the white stuff you call snow in the pictures from last winter..Okay rethinking my tiny house in Normans yard idea..sighs.. 1 I would go with revenge on that one. Once held the wind refuses to be held again! 1 Log in to Reply I think the wind around our way is on a short fuse anyway, after the erection of wind turbines on the surrounding hilltops. It doesn’t take kindly to being slowed down! 1 Log in to Reply Ah vindictive nature, the very essence of the battle. 🙂 1 Log in to Reply The very essence of paranoia, and the germ of religion! 1 Log in to Reply As we say in the colonies “true dat!” 1 Never underestimate the power of nature 🙁 1 Log in to Reply Oh indeed you are not wrong! Log in to Reply LOL Wonderfull…Sir 🙂 1 Log in to Reply LOL … it’s a showing who is boss story… lol 1 Log in to Reply I think you’re right, Ali! Log in to Reply Yikes is right like carol mentioned. Sorry! 1 Log in to Reply Oh, it’ll be okay. I’ve rolled it all up, and it can stay that way till spring, when the winds ease off 🙂 Log in to Reply Yikes, that is not good but probably a misunderstanding. 🙂 1 Log in to Reply You reckon? The wind isn’t known for its understanding! Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.