Well May’s nearly over and I can say that it has been one of the wettest. My garden is like a swamp and there is no way that my lawn is going to get cut for a long time. The lawnmower will sink!
I have planted out some sunflowers in the front garden but the slugs & snails have found them and now there is nothing left apart from a stalk sticking up out of the ground. Silver, slimy trails meander from the place my sunflowers were once growing, back into the undergrowth, so I’m rather reluctant to plant any more out at the moment!
Putting a part of yourself into what you’re doing(Noun / Origin: Greek / me·ra·ki)
This is a modern Greek word that’s often used to describe the instance wherein you leave a part of yourself (your soul, creativity, or love) in your work – so it’s like when you intensely love to do something or just about anything that you put something of yourself into it.
A Touch of Green
It has been a brilliant start to a new week; time is flying pat so fast I can’t believe it’s the 10th…
Red Leaves, Yellow Leaves
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A Touch of Blue
Hope you all had a great Easter & didn’t eat too much chocolate? The weather in North Yorkshire has been glorious and…