Instructions for living a life.
Tell about it.
~ Mary Oliver
As for me - well, I have been walking in the rain, breathing the sweet fragrance of the May blossom and loving the sprinkling of buttercups and Queen Anne's Lace in the hedgerows, and of course, taking a multitude of pictures of the garden for your delectation and delight.
D spotted a rare visitor to the garden the other day - a Yellowhammer - and managed to get a quick snap of it before it flew away.
I was going to try and do a movie of the garden for you - but it wasn't very skilful, a bit wobbly - and I felt slightly embarrassed talking to myself, so that my voice came out in a whisper that was barely audible - I also had trouble loading it - so, not one of my better ideas.
p.s. On the home front - good news for us - the de-humidifiers have now been removed and we have been declared ready for the next stage of operations. It has taken two months to reach this stage. At this rate the work should be finished sometime before the end of the decade :)