A lone, golden tulip - there used to be about four in this spot.
Nearly forgot to put on some of the delicate, pure and white fritillaries.
Good evening all from a bright Suffolk - with temperatures set to climb this week.
I drove to Silverstone yesterday for Luna's 5th Birthday. today. She requested dinner at a pasta restaurant so yesterday we went off for an early dinner.
Today we all spent a very enjoyable day at a huge Play Centre in Northampton. Lots to do and a very competative session in the laser quest section - a first for me - but the youngsters and not so youngsters enjoyed it. Then a delicious chocolate birds nest cake made by her sister Seraphina and her Dad.
She was then off to a bowling alley session with her other Nanny and family, I think she will sleep well tonight.
Back to work for me tomorrow and then Seraphina and her Dad are arriving Easter Sunday for a few days.
Really good as always to hear all your news. Hope all with ailments recover and we can all look forward to some sunshine and better health.
Have a good week all.
Sounds like fun, Harelady - glad you had some family time. Can't believe Luna is five... ... ... Last night we had a roast - my OH put the chicken in the oven, so I did the veg & accompaniments, then thought that whilst it cooked, I could finally write some emails which I need doing. I put on the desktop and found 238 emails waiting!! I deleted a lot of them 6 at a time. Then I got distracted whilst laying the table. After we ate, & cleared up, we watched TV. We went to bed tired. When I got up this morning, I found the pc still switched on!! <sigh>
RUSTY – 31 C is not too hot here as we have dry heat; unlike the weather I experienced in UK. I found those temps with high humidity unbearable. I remember an awful day in London when it was so hot & humid that I found an art gallery with lovely air-con. I stayed for ages in the cool, studying every painting in every room!!!
Lawn man didn’t arrive this morn, eventually an email to say he has covid.
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