It is the last day of August, and as the calendar ticks over tomorrow to the 1st September, we properly see us enter spring.
It is hard to believe it is the end of August already. I know we are all in agreement that … More
If we were having coffee…or even a cup of tea…
This week’s (semi) Wordless Wednesday features Wellington early on Friday. Captions explain what is in the pictures. You can find … More
It’s Monday again, so time for a round up of this week’s small pleasures, so important to look for in, … More
What a glorious, sunny day it is today – it really feels like spring. Certainly, the garden is looking spring … More
Like many people who remained fully employed during lockdown, I have not used as much annual leave as I would … More
When I lived in Scotland, kale was the dark, green leafy vegetable that you bought when there wasn’t much else. It was tough, a bit bitter, and you kind of felt you were eating it because it was good for you (it is full of vitamin C) rather than for enjoyment.
Ducks at the duck pond – pictures taken Friday 14th August and today, Wednesday 19th August when it was raining.
If we were having coffee…or even a cup of tea…we would, naturally, talk about the weather, about the cold, crisp … More