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Tag Archives: nature
Do you believe in Fairies? At the moment they’re everywhere, twisting and turning in the breeze, thousands of them. I always called them fairies, and would handle them gently as if they were made of the finest glass. As … Continue reading
So many trees are in blossom and we’ve had a camera handy to take some photos. Hubby took these with my phone at the picnic area where we take Maggie sometimes: On my walk the other day I took these … Continue reading
I’ve been taking more pictures now that we’ve got something positive to show as I was sure you wouldn’t want to see boring patches of dirt! OK then, on the window sill in the bedroom I have 10 tomato plants … Continue reading
It’s taken a while to get to writing this post, which in a way is actually in two halves! I walked Maggie in the park on my own this morning. As things turn out, she has only had three walks … Continue reading
You might remember these fuzzy pictures I took a week or so ago when walking Maggie Well, although we don’t have this many in the park just now, we do have about a dozen and this morning I noticed they … Continue reading
The other afternoon we were walking through the park, and I noticed an unusually marked goose. I took some pictures with my phone, but couldn’t see the screen due to the sun (I find this a lot), so I pointed … Continue reading
I have decided that geese are inconsiderate creatures. Lovely as they are as goslings, they poo everywhere, are greedy, and noisy! We have a ‘rather large’ flock in the park now following a successful breeding season last year when … Continue reading
Maggie wasn’t well in the night and got me up at 4am. She was as tidy as she could be, so after letting her outside, I cleared up, threw on some clothes and opened the back gate. She did a … Continue reading
Hubby and I have just got back from walking the dog and have been serenaded all the way. It is an extremely beautiful sound which cheers the soul and warms the heart. What am I talking about? Bird song. Blackbirds … Continue reading