Except for these utterly glorious moments of blue sky, chill air and uplifting sights of yellow daffodils :)
As a born overachiever I worked my self into the ground on Tuesday and Wednesday at the allotment. I only stop when I get really dizzy or simply can't breathe any more. It's not right and its not clever and so Andrew bought a new stove and kettle and we now can have tea/coffee breaks. I love my hubby *blush*
Also, I am trying a new additional medication and it seems to be slowly killing me, so I do have very legitimate reasons for truly not knowing my limits at the moment. Funny, I despise being ill, I am so very frustrated by the illness itself and the bloody medications and their side effects. For all my bluster and positive messages about Ecotherapy and such, I just want to sleep, I'm tired fighting.
|so shiny :)|
Here they are approx 6 inches apart in rows a foot apart - good luck little guys!
|Planting out the garlic seedlings|
|before and after pics of the slow but steady work on 14b|
After this it rained, it poured, it was almost biblical and we could have been washed away in our shed - though we would have had tea and coffee....
And that, my darlings is you all caught up :)
We haven't been able to go over since Wednesday as Andrew has been diy-ing here at home, laying a new and beautiful wooden floor. I have been reading a lot, yoga-ing and fiendishly hoarding any and all toilet rolls for some of my fussier seeds. Maggie has been sleeping :)
I'll have a look at the seedlings etc for next time and record how everything is going.
Hope you are all seeing the changes of the season and gaining happiness from the lighter evenings.
Hugs and love