Thursday, 10 June 2021

It was hot

I've had a really nice day. this morning I started on a new project, this is it so far. I have an idea, something I saw in a magazine, don't know if it will work out. I have a picture in my mind of what I want to achieve. It will take some time, there is a lot of stitching to be done. 
I had a soak in the bath, and dozed off it was so relaxing. It's really strange to wake up in water. My toe nails were really long so that was a job needed to be done. 
After the bath, and after lunch, I was a bit late getting off for a walk this afternoon. 
This is a very pretty cottage garden. It is full of nicknacks and ornaments. Jam packed full of plants and flowers. 
A stack of new pallets waiting to be loaded up with turf. I could build a house with these. 
And due to the lack of anything else to photograph, here is a selfie from yours truly. It was hot, short sleeves and a skirt on. This stretch of tarmac road is the access to a farm so I am not going to get run over standing in the middle of it. 
I was rather hopping that we would get some rain, but we haven't, so I must go out now and water up the flower beds and pots, before it gets dark. 
Thanks for popping in. We'll catch up soon.  Toodle pip.   ilona

2 comments:

  1. Speaking of hot days….116 degrees expected here in sunny Arizona this upcoming week! Everyone mentions the low humidity but this is still hot ;). I take my walks early in the morning, otherwise my poor dog and I would burst into flames ;).

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  2. It has been sunny but not too hot here in Leicester these last few days,which is just how I like it!The cottage garden looks very pretty.Someone who lives there must be a keen gardener..where as mine seems to be a bit hit and miss!.My Mam gave me 2 growing lettuce.Fully grown ones but with soil still on the roots...is that cheating,lol.But anyway I am going to plant them and see what happens.I can imagine how you felt looking at those pallets...and I dont doubt for one second that you could built a house out of them,lol.They are so useful for in the garden.Many times on my walks,I see them discarded in skips and I wonder why people dont keep them!xx

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