So what else have I been doing? Some gardening, sowing dwarf bean seeds (which germinated this weekend) Megan's crochet blanket is getting bigger and about another 14 rows to go (which is good news so that I can finish mine) Looking forward to RHS Chelsea Flower Show this Friday, it runs from 19 – 23 May. Normally I would be at the Press Day today but I wanted to share it with Ian this year, we have more fun going along together with a pic-nic, listing to the band, Ian talking to the Chelsea Pensioners whilst we wait to go in at 3pm, and some sight seeing in the morning. The last two visits have been fun on one hand but lonely on the other. You want to say oh did you see that ... but can't. And to be honest you see so many celebs its hard not to trip over someone you recognise!
You can find the garden information here over at the Galloping Gardener, Great photos - go and have a peek
We had a lovely family walk in Cobham Woods over the bank holiday weekend, sunshine and so many blue bells, such a lovely sight and smell you just can't beat it. I made some sandwiches and we had breakfast then a long walk back to the car, Moss was exhausted and slept the rest of the day, I think we were all tired. I read recently that if you find wild primroses in woods, it is an ancient wood. How every true of Cobham Woods in Kent. We love it there, you enter and your worries are left behind at the gate, three or so hours later you feel refreshed and stress free.
|bluebells in the sunshine|