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I’ve missed my morning walks over the past few months, since I developed a problem with my foot. We live in a fairly well populated residential area that has lots of parklands, greens, play areas … and cats. During the … Continue reading
I’ve always loved daffodils. I’m not sure where I bought these from, or even what particular type they are, but these are always the last of my daffodils to flower each spring, and their blooms tend to last longer than … Continue reading
She was just a cat, and maybe not even have been a queen, but for the sake of brevity I’ll call this cat a ‘she’. In any case, I’m not sure a tom would keep himself quite this clean, even … Continue reading
Late summer blooms in central France. For other Floral Friday offerings, click the link.
The Canal Lateral a la Garonne winds through picturesque countryside and one of the villages along the way inspired the name of my other blog – Castelsarrasin. In this village the canal widens out into a basin, where the locals … Continue reading
What a lovely day I’ve had! It’s several years since our two Border Collies died, after a long life that involved travelling with us from South Africa to Germany, on to England and then to their final home with us … Continue reading
The splendour of the rose and the whiteness of the lily do not rob the little violet of its scent, nor the daisy of its simple charm. If every tiny flower wanted to be a rose, spring would lose its … Continue reading
Ducks, doves and a weird-looking pigeon. Check out Sunday Stills for more inspiration.
Such a beautiful autumn morning! For several months now, a foot problem has restricted my walking activity to a strictly ‘need to go’ basis, but the last few mornings I’ve ventured out again into the quiet streets of our local … Continue reading
To me, the life of a lamb is no less precious than that of a human being – Mahatma Gandhi. Or if you prefer a more prosaic outlook: And there shall come a kingdom in which the lion shall lie … Continue reading