I was delighted this morning to receive this gorgeous photo and some words of prose from Di. Thank you for sharing these. It is uplifting and on a lighter note today.
It is gorgeous out there again and now that the drain people have gone having dug up and replaced our piping, it is great to be appreciate our garden the swathe of yellow celandine now gone, the daffs finished, but my faithful pink geraniums still flowering, as they have since last April! The horse chestnut tree in the garden is bursting into leaf, almost completely now and in the front we can boast one pink striped tulip and a blue Muscari. Sadly the bank of bluebells has been damaged by the drain people, but will come again next year and we can still enjoy the greenery. David is emptying the many pots we have, the ones without life in them and we shall replant some with veg and others flower seeds.
If possible try and get out today, following social distancing, for a walk or just in the garden - or on the balcony - and breath in the air, feel the sun on your head and back, enjoy handling the plants whether they be weed or flower. Pour yourselves later a G&T, wine, a tea, or a beer and give thanks to God for all we have and can enjoy even in these troubles times.
MARCH DAYS ….
MAY YOU HEAR THE MARVELLOUS MUSIC SINGING IN YOUR EVERY MOMENT LAUDING THE EXQUISITE GIFT OF BEING ALIVE!