April Endings

Belatedly April seems to have remembered it is supposed to be the month of showers and has turned grey and damp. I am hoping it’s not going to beg too many days from May, the month associated with flowers in the rhyme, to catch up with its pecipitation quotas.

Anyway, I decided to try and photograph the fritillaries in the garden. March’s winds were making them rather bouncy and the flowers weren’t always quite where I thought they were going to be when I clicked.

The wall looks nice though.

Tomorrow the plan is to head east when I finish work at lunchtime. I shall check the forecast before my final decision, but it would be nice to spend a few days afloat and to celebrate my birthday with MasterB and selected visitors in the quiet of the Cambridgeshire fens.

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17 thoughts on “April Endings

  1. Hope the weather is kind to you, Isobel, and you’re able to spend a few days afloat celebrating your birthday, on whichever day it is. M and I will have a lovely time over the next few days raising a glass to toast you each evening after our day’s cycling.

    • Thanks Maria I shall do my best. It is also the second anniversary of Mum’s death. I was at the boat then, so it seems the right place to be on this date.

  2. Ah yes. I was trying to remember whose birthday it is on 1st May. I hope the day goes the way you’d like it to. See you on your return.

    • Looks like a mixed bag of weather; some sun, some rain, maybe a storm. Should head off in a couple of hours. I have some post with handwriting that looks like yours!

  3. Happy birthday, Isobel. Your life has brought me lots of enjoyment – and I am so happy that our internet paths have crossed.

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