Day Two in the garden. Though you would not know it from yesterdays pictures.
Have a lovely day
Sunday 04/22 0% / 0 in
Sunshine early followed by mostly cloudy skies this afternoon. High near 65F. Winds E at 10 to 20 mph.
Sunday Night 04/22 0% / 0 in
Partly cloudy skies. Low 42F. Winds ENE at 10 to 15 mph.
6:03 AM 7:40 PM
Waxing Crescent, 46% visible 11:47 AM 1:45 AM
I am finding the touch screen and (now) silent keyboard of the Yoga Book a much calmer, quieter and gentler start to the day. As you know I work on the images for my blog the night before, load everything onto the page then at 5am I awake and begin to write. It is nice to not have the clack clack of a conventional keyboard – I am a key basher, and the halo keyboard has stopped that behavior right in its tracks. But enough of technology. Meanwhile back on the farm … Read More
HAVE you seen that postcard with the enormous sumo-wrestler. He stands with his feet wide apart to support his girth and the small child holding up his belly? (It is not a very happy image but it has been on stands for years you may have seen it). His feet are planted wide apart to support himself. I imagine that poor man walking, rocking from side to side as he processes along like an enormous penguin but slower. Well, that is how Tima walks. She moves ponderously across her field, her body swinging from one side to the other as she plods along. Widely. Feet up. feet down. Methodically. Fatly. And quite quickly too when there is food involved. Read More
HUNKERING down. Closing one’s eyes and accepting that the weather has turned rotton seems to work for the animals. The rain has come with my least favourite wind. The Nor’East. Strong. And back in they went the animals. Two by two and three by three and even six. Into their beds and corners. Out they come to eat and back in they went to wait. I felt myself following suit. Read More