Tuesday 1 March 2016

Happy St. David's Day ...

... to all my friends in Wales!

And a very happy first day of meteorological Springtime to everyone else! Although here in deepest, darkest, greyest Ealing you could be forgiven for believing that Spring had missed its cue.

Still I'm looking forward to sunny days ahead, when I can spread my work onto the terrace, and throw my doors and windows open after all this closed-up-indoors winter living. Today may be a bit of a let-down on the sunshine front, but I'm sure there's plenty in the pipeline that's been specially earmarked for us by the weather gods.

So, for now, I'm grateful for the hellebores ...

... for the last of the snowdrops ...

... for the crocus ...

... and, of course, on St. David's Day, for the wonderful daffodils that looked so lovely in yesterday's (winter) sunshine.

For now they're helping me keep the faith in warmer, balmier days to come.

All the best,

Bonny x

1 comment:

  1. Yep, dark and dreary, rain and few snow flurries here today. But yesterday was blue skies and sunshine all day so spring is coming...just sneaking in a little bit at a time.

    Love your photos...specially the snowdrops.