A rare dry day sees me racing off to the garden…….there are so many little jobs to do….really little jobs…..they are a joy to get stuck in to.
Another damp squib of a day sees me getting on with things indoors…….including a minor fix for my boiler……if I can remember how!
The days are short, the clouds are heavy and dark, it could feel really rather gloomy……but……there are so many lovely lights twinkling all around.
I had planned for a full day in the garden……..amongst other jobs I wanted to do some harvesting…..
During a bonkers busy day I take some time out to get on with some ‘pressing matters’ and start to feel excited about tomorrow’s celestial happening.
After opening another window on the advent calendar I go off to my High street to see what treats I can find for Christmas for a tenner (£10).
I don’t know whether it was the Christmas decorations or something else…..but a memory of life at my grandparent’s place in Dorset was sparked, it was so lovely to remember…. For my newer subscribers here is a video I made of a recent visit to this lovely part of the world: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmmLDM9aYqc
It’s time to get stuck into a job which I have been putting off for ages……..and in doing so I discover another couple of maintenance jobs which really need to be a priority.
A wee gift suddenly triggers some lovely memories of working as a paediatric nurse at Christmas…..and remembering the year we had snow.
It’s time to do some brassica cares……I need to thwart the pigeons somehow…but before I do I can’t resist a quick harvest.