Taming the beast

I now realise that I’ve been living in the lap of luxury for the past two years, during the Covid pandemic – I’ve had someone else to do the hedge-trimming and lawn-mowing. Normal service has resumed … During those two years we purchased a heavy petrol lawnmower and a small shed, installing both at the … Continue reading Taming the beast

A week of flowers. Day 5

Sunday’s my favourite day – nothing unexpectedly shocking will arrive in the post. (Although there is now email, which knows no holiday). Peace will – most probably – reign. (But perhaps that’s tempting fate?) In the summer I’d be out in the garden, in winter it’s a spot of drawing, music or just reading in … Continue reading A week of flowers. Day 5

A week of flowers. Day 3

Still joining in with Cathy’s lovely end of season posts at Words and Herbs, celebrating the flowers we’ve enjoyed over the year. What a lift to the spirits! I’m sticking with May apple blossom today. There was a lot of flower on my three little ‘Cox’s Orange Pippin’ this year, but strangely not as much … Continue reading A week of flowers. Day 3