Reliable Jeff turned up to give my garden another little haircut so now it's looking neat and tidy again. I do love it when the bulbs start coming up; the snowdrops are doing well and there's lots of intriguing little spikes peeping through the soil. I don't have a great variety - just snowdrops, hyacinths and daffs of various kinds as well as tulips )a few) and bluebells later on. Oh, and a tiny little clump of scillas which come up year after year and never seem to spread. I hope they come up again - they are such tiny, shy little things and such a glorious blue.
(borrowed from Google Images)
Later on, I had a most enjoyable hour or so chatting to Christine over a cuppa and some knitting, catching up on all her news and sharing mine.
Then I did housework, etc, until it was time for governors' meeting which was quite interesting, well worth the time. For obvious reasons, I can't talk about the contents, but I do think we make a difference, we're not just yes-men. We have six meeting a year (every other half term) plus the visits to school for various reasons and purposes.
Today I have a great stack of ironing to get sorted, some washing in the machine to hang out and a spare bedroom to sort out and get ready for the next visitor, whoever that will be.
There's one tuition session and then pottery - cheers! Must sort out my pottery bag - I think the tools and equipment needs to be shared amongst two bags as it can be hard to find stuff.
Wishing us all a happy Thursday. xx