Good morning, all. After a nice sunny start, it is now lashing with rain although Beeb tells me that it is just a shower and the late morning and afternoon should be lovely and sunny. Hope so - it was really nice earlier.
Yesterday also turned out very pleasant indeed and I got down to the allotment and finished off the chipping of the paths and so on; I was so pleased as I hated to leave it half done.
Today there's nothing in the diary this morning as Jackie can't make our chat today. In the afternoon I have my return visit to see the dental hygienist and I have no idea what they will entail. No needles, no drilling, so I'm OK about it. I will just make sure I use my toothbrush and little flossing brushed to great effect beforehand.
Assuming all is well and the weather plays ball, I will probably stop off at the allotment on the way home and put in some time on the weeds at the back, around the shed and the table and benches.
Have a lovely day, everyone, rain or no rain. Keep safe and be happy. xx
Edited to add - the seed potatoes arrived yesterday, three cheers! I will get them all out in trays today or tomorrow. They're going in the shed for now.
Give yourself a pat on the back - the allotment looks great after all your hard work!ReplyDelete
I hope you have a good day and are having better weather than us. It can't make up its mind and changes from sunny to heavy rain repeatedly, and now the strong winds are back!
It's cheered up after some heavy rain this morning. Very gusty and rather cold. A great drying day!
Your 'Lottie is looking lovely.ReplyDelete
Have fun at the hygienist!
Five minutes and out again. Just checking I was being a Good Girl and brushing my teeth properly (which I am)Delete
You must be proud of all your hard work. It is nice to see more flowers poking through every day. Roll on some mild sunny and less windy daysReplyDelete
It is nice, yes. Very pleasant. A little less wind and a bit more warm would be really lovely. Here's hoping.Delete
The allotment is looking fantastic! All that hard work is really showing. You have started off the growing season really well nice and early now just to keep on top of the weeds!ReplyDelete
Absolutely. That's an ongoing battle. Just as one lot dies, up comes another lot and those resistant weeds - ground elder, bindweed, etc - Oh, well, I can but try! :-)Delete
Looking good, Joy. All your hard work is paying off! Do you own the allotment or rent it?ReplyDelete
We rent it for a very small amount each year.Delete