It's been a while since I posted, time goes so quickly sometimes.
Work is going well, I've just covered for a holiday - 9 mornings on the trot
Ha, I was beginning to look like I'd had several nights painting the town red!
Anyway, sadly I didn't lose any weight, but I've given up fretting. At least I can still squeeze myself into my jeans - with much wriggling, hauling and horizontal squirming lol
I spent the last few days tidying up the terrace, we potted up some lupins, mint, sage and a passionflower (sadly all the flowers are dropping off, think I've over-watered it). I also bought a small pot of Livingston daisies (osteospermum, I think) which make a nice splash of purple. Not much is flowering, but I've rearranged everything and will add to it over the summer. I'm thinking nice, bright colours. I'm using mainly perennials so I don't have to buy anything next year. My flatmate is going to plant a couple of sprouting onions, though I'm not sure what they'll look like - hopefully go to seed for next year.
I had a lovely bike ride this morning through the park and churchyard. I've found if I pedal really slowly I can even manage going over a long, steep railway bridge without stopping.
I've seen acheap little woodworking kit on amazon, so I'm going to try "whittling" as a hobby and try to make little animals using wood from the woods behind the park - fallen branches etc.
Life's going well at the moment, but I know a downturn is possible at any time. I'm trying to keep myself well and occupied and take time out to rest and be lazy and enjoy the things around me (mindfulness moments). I'm hoping this good spell lasts a long time.
How are things in your garden? And how are you? Well, I hope.
God bless, Sheila x