This weird year and a bit has left me wanting to retire and just potter. There's been too much sadness. Bach Flower Remedies are my daily consolation along with Deepak Chopra's lovely meditations and my journals. I stopped my zoom classes temporarily at Easter and have been switching off but it's getting too comfortable - it will soon be time to get moving again. Maybe I can stretch it another few weeks.
Wednesday 2 June 2021
Ne'er cast a clout til the May is out
We've been spending time in the garden now that the freezing cold weather has finally left and there is so much to do. Tom's been building me a greenhouse/garden house which is nearly ready for revealing :) and I've just been pottering with veg and baskets - little bits at a time - and playing with art and mixed media and watching way way way too much tv. However, Richard Osman's Thursday Murder Club is dragging me away at the moment - great whodunnit.
But this evening I just had to go and take a few pics of the hawthorn blossoms turning pink - the may flower (I can still hear Terry Wogan repeating the old saying) - and it's beens splendid this year, the country clothed in white, but this is my favourite time of it - that pink is so bridal. (pity the photos aren't in focus says you! but you get the idea.)
And we've been hugely entertained by our squirrel babies. This afternoon I was watering not 10 feet from two of them chasing each other in and out of the feeding box. There were 4 at one point.
They move so fast I couldn't get anything in focus for these two...
But Tom got a couple of crackers ...
This one was the first day we spotted all the kittens
the box is about 6 inches across
and this video had us laughing - it's only short - watch to the end
"oh it's so hard to get the place to yourself on a rainy day!"
Meanwhile there's so much to see - Mother Nature is getting on with her wonderful show of colour.
I hope you are all well, enjoying getting out a bit more and staying safe.