Hello everyone! I hope you're week has been going well. Personally, I'm relieved that the recent snow only lasted a few days as there are days when my husband and I need to go out during the week because of family and social groups commitments. The groups get cancelled in icy or snowy weather as the members are mainly seniors, but as the schools and colleges usually stay open in term time we try to be available for our two local grandchildren. It's possible that we'll get more snow before the Winter is over and we just have to be prepared for that. However, I do feel as if I'm coming out of some sort of Winter hibernation, although I might be like the snowdrops and other plants that have been blooming too early and I'll be grateful for the warmth of a cosy duvet if the weather changes again!
Once again I'm joining with Amy and sharing photos that give a little glimpse into my world this week. (Five photos plus one extra because I can never decide which ones to choose for this post)!
Waking up early one morning I viewed a spectacular sky.
(the colours not enhanced at all)
An open tulip head in a cranberry red glass globe vase
delighted me. (On arranging a bunch one long stem had broken).
The snow fell and this anthurium
(also called flamingo flower or lace leaf)
on the kitchen window sill
looked rather splendid and healthy.
'The Snow Fairy'
On Thursday I passed through the walled garden
on my way to the library. The beds looked neat
and tidy, the roses had been pruned.
The Winter Garden was bathed in sunlight.
Wishing you a good day and a lovely weekend,