|Tenby daffodils and native bluebells|
~ Opening windows.
~ Cleaning windows.
~ Putting my winter coat away.
~Pegging out my laundry.
~ Feeling the warm sun on my face.
~ Talking to the many dogs I meet on my walks. I've met a new one, a puppy who is a Jack Russell-spaniel cross. A sprussell?
~Gazing at the early tree blossom I see on my walks.
~ Sneezing and rubbing my eyes a lot (see above).
~Waiting for my little Tenby daffodils to open (penultimate picture). I described this little patch in my garden here . I wanted to plant bluebells and lily of the valley but the lily of the valley were out of stock when I ordered so I went for these little species daffodils instead. The supplier said they would be 'shy to flower in the first year' but as you can see they are most definitely not going to be shy. The bluebells came with the same warning but I am keeping my fingers crossed that they will also be as confident and outgoing as the daffs.
~ Bringing my lent lilies (hellebores) indoors. These flowers are so sulky. They insist upon hanging their heads down so that you can't see their faces. Not only that but they all seem to be facing the fence instead of the garden. So I bring them indoors where they can be seen.
~ Smiling at the quince buds.