The days seem to zoom by, and I often think I haven't achieved much. I did manage to start clearing one of our 'Keter' storage sheds today and have sorted out a black bin bag full of wool/yarn for my DIL. As I am not knitting and I can't see me doing so for the foreseeable future I thought she might as well have the wool rather than it just sitting there in storage. That dramatically reduced the amount of 'stuff' in there. I can only seem to manage to do a little at a time though and have been learning to just stop when I have had enough - or better still, just before I have had enough.
It has been a lovely day here today after a rather damp and dreary day yesterday. I woke to a lovely blue sky and the birds chirping. They are especially active just before 5am in the morning and again in the later afternoon. They are a delight to watch.
Wandering round the garden, which I have to confess is a bit neglected at the moment...
The roses are doing their stuff. Walking down our front path is a delight - the scent is wonderful.
Love the way the sun is reflected through and on this rose.
These were picked and put in a vase, as this rose bush is rather top heavy at the moment! It is right by our front door, so absolutely gorgeous.
This has a lovely 'orange blossom' smell to it.
The lily has a lovely flower.
This is the first year this lavender has flowered - I think I planted it last year.
Loved watching this youngster visiting the bird feeder. He/she got right into the fat ball feeder.
Some more books from the CS to add to my reading pile. I am having a bit of a blitz (not sure that is the right word?) on Tess Gerritsen at the moment - they are a bit gruesome, but well written which makes a change as so many books seem to be poorly written nowadays. I also thought I would try some different books, and these three looked interesting.
I finally got round to putting my coins in the display folder yesterday. These were bought for me by my husband for my birthday back in March.
Hope the rest of your week goes well.