someone turned off the sun!! After lovely, bare arms and shorts weather mid week the cloud and drizzle returned for the weekend – but more sun is
promised forecast for later in the week.
Saturday morning found me out in my garden, removing weeds and digging. I’m the first to admit that gardening is not my forte but I do like picking food from my garden. So when my Dad offered me some of the seedlings that he had spare I accepted with thanks and then rooted through my recycle bin to find some pots to use as slug protection while they get established. I can see them out of my kitchen window which should help remind me to water them when we don’t have rain.
In other news, for the second year Dad and I volunteered in the baggage tent for the Moonwalk – an over night 26 mile walk that raises money for breast cancer research. Many walkers wear fancy dress – in particular decorated bras so there is a fun atmosphere as the walkers gather and get ready to set off at midnight. We take their bags, check their number is attached and then store them in number order for easy retrieval by the morning shift.
Other than that is was a weekend of crochet, reading and practicing sign language.
Waving to Sian for prompting us to start each week with a wave, and to all my other lovely blogreaders – wishing you all a good week