VE Day Celebrations…
What a beautiful day? The sun was shining and although the celebrations were somewhat quieter than we had all expected it was lovely to see the efforts of our little village. Bunting galore! A lot of improvisation, mine included. There was a sense of togetherness even though we couldn’t really be with loved ones and family. There will be a lot of missed birthdays and celebrations to make up for as soon as we are set free!
Does anyone else have the tidiest garden ever? With lockdown continuing I feel we will all be able to boast “Best Year Ever”. It doesn’t matter how many hours you spend in it there is always something still to do. It’s gradually taking shape now and after 3 years I can see the hard work paying off. Next year there should be enough flower and foliage to use for work. That was always the plan. Will really miss the RHS flower shows this year for inspiration.
My Little Helper…
Never far away! Last year she was a little too helpful, always digging. This year Chloe is just happy to clear up after the birds. Forever hopeful that they will drop the suet when the visit the garden. We have had a lot of new visitors this year but my favourite is the yellow wagtails
Our regular Thursday evening applause for our NHS and Key Workers is followed by our neighbour playing a few beautiful pieces of music We are all appreciating the simpler things in life.
To Make You Smile..
I’m hoping that my customers will be this pleased to see me! Stay safe.