So far, so good,Hugh has had 2 mornings, with little pain. Wow, we cannot believe this is real. 2 mornings with not having to use crutches.The pain level is low, and manageable. We are slowly catching up on sleepless nights, and I was tempted with some garden colour.
Mauve Bletilla Striata, pink and lemon Aquilegia, and peeping in at the bottom edge, Lily of the Valley.
Bletilla striata is a species of orchid native to Japan, Korea, Nansei-shoto (Ryukyu Islands), Myanmar (Burma), and China (Anhui, Fujian, Gansu, Guangdong,
The Red Poppies flower from seed every year, this time are so ruffled and ,to my eye, darker red than before.
Up the driveway, the cherry trees are showing delicate pink, and have so many blooms the thinner branches are drooping with their weight. Beautiful.
But a walk in the garden would not be complete without a passing glance,or 2 or more, at that magnificent heap of firewood. Now more trees have been felled, the sun reaches the heap earlier. Dry by February, in the shed in March, and on the fire in April. Comfort and warmth all waiting .
This is taken from the other end, with smaller wood for the chip heater stacked high too.
Quotation of the day, author unknown,
“ Before you get anything, Get Organised ”
Greetings from Jean