My days are busier than for some time, and the camera, the words, and the blog come a very sad second best.
Lawns, firewood, cleaning up in the garden, and yes, that “ Weed eater” all take precedence lately.
Today we have lovely sunshine, some showers on Saturday, and flowers in bloom to say Spring is almost over and Summer will be here soon.
The Chestnut tree is ornamental, and we cannot eat the fruit, but at the moment its leaves and branches are drooping so prettily, giving shadows and shade.
The Weeping Silver Pear is a memorial tree for my Mum-In-Law and Father-In-Law.
The Rhododendrons are beautiful, and show off to nature’s perfection against the sky or their own leaves.
The pansies have those faces on their petals, and seem to smile.At each other? to the primulas nearby? Or to me?
We have had friends from afar come to visit, or to stay, all so very welcome.They caution Hugh to take care, not to tramp, go hunting, or try to carry out a deer should he ever shoot one!!! His dream, but not right now.Life carries on at a slower pace, he heeds the words each Doctor says, and we wait for a clinic visit.In the meantime the library provides good books, the TV gives news, and his Laptop good entertainment.
Quotation of the day from Khalil Gibran
“Faith is a knowledge within the heart, beyond the reach of proof. ”
Greetings from Jean.