Before l carry on writing about our "restful" few days in Rutland, (which actually were not as restful as we had hoped! long story!) l want to say something to all my wonderful followers. Thank you for sending me such nice messages and trying to cheer me up, concerning my Depresstion. I am getting better, but it will always be sitting on my shoulder as it is hormona!. As long as l keep fighting, have my doctor's help, have the support of my amazing husband and children and my blogging friends...it will NOT win. Thanksxxxxxxxx
The first image for this blog, may make you think l am on a beach somewhere, maybe Brighton! But no..it is the stoney area around Andrew and Gemma's herb garden!.....just as interesting though as Brighton's stoney beach!
Tony and Andrew went off today, to go and get some chicken wire, to puppy proof their garden..for their new arrival, which should be here in a week or so.
Wonder which one will will choose on the day? They are gorgeous arn't they?
The butterflies, bees and wasps are numberous in their garden, it is a little Wildlife Haven. I spent about 2 hours just wandering round, trying to catch some images that l had not been able to catch yesterday. I think l had better sucess today, then l did yesterday..you decide. In any case, l was really enjoying myself...l forgot to have lunch!
Love the delicacy of seeds on the wind. When l was little l use to think these little wisps of threads, were fairies!
Not sure what this plant/tree is called but think it is gorgeous. It does looks a little like what l used to call, "Old Man's Beard" when l was child.
And to end this blog, somethink l wrote about yesterday...the wasp problem!Question: "Did the wasp killer jar work?"... Answer:... "YES"...as you can see from the image below. What l don't understand is this. Why when the jar is full of dying wasps, why don't they warn the in-coming wasps? In this image you can see one wasp going in and another on the inside of the jar!