In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Careful.”
It’s I who am being careful; speaking softly and urgently; encouraging MasterB back indoors.
I laughed out loud when I saw the subject of this week’s challenge.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “On the Way.”
On the way home yesterday from Wiltshire I was on a coach looking out of the window. On a whim, I took my little Olympus and snapped the countryside as we sped along the road. These are some of the results.
A late night and a late entry for the challenge.
Here is MasterB aboard das Boot, checking out what is happening at the marina.Continue reading
I have finally finished my notes for a job I am doing on Tuesday.
Tomorrow, I shall reread them, try to turn them into a coherent narrative. Think of me. It needs to be done, but I can feel avoidance coming on which will only mean a late late night on Monday.
But I may also manage to nip round to the allotments where they are planning a clearing up day. Not that I have an allotment, but I am guilty by association. Octavia is coming to supper. So I need to do something about the less than pritine kitchen and other surfaces, and the muddle of papers that litter every corner of the sitting room. As I typed that I thought I should ask Celia and Charlie if they are about too.
Are you reading this Celia? The menu is lentils and coriander with brown rice. Wine will be drunk. Currently I don’t have a pudding, but it’s possible a cake may be baked. Apple, most likely.
Our own garden is beautiful. In spring the world fills with colour. Stunning, wonderful, transient colour.
I walked away from my work, went out into yesterday’s sunshine and took these:Continue reading
The walls around our shared garden are Victorian, and were the walls of the steamworks and laundry that used to be on the site.
They’re beautiful, and are one of the things I like best about where I live. Continue reading
There have been a couple of photo challenges recently I thought I might participate in, but suddenly it has been Friday again and a new challenge is posted.
The current challenge, New, is not one I thought I’d be contributing to. But behind the fading elegance of a rather splendid bunch of Christmas flowers, my Christmas cactus has come into timely bloom.
Pretty against the copper planter, it is a bright spot on a dull weekend. Continue reading