Snowdrops

I’ve just been out to hang the washing on the line and noticed the snowdrops are all out – how lovely it is to see the first signs of spring – not so lovely to be reminded how much weeding and tidying needs to be done!

I’ve been so busy lately I haven’t spent nearly enough time outdoors, the daffodils are peeking through and buds have appeared on the trees. The sun is shining and all seems well with the world.

Enjoy your day x

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  1. We have some budding snowdrops waiting to bloom! Its great to get to into the fresh air! x

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  2. Only one little clump has appeared in the garden, although there are lots in the verges. I enjoyed getting out for a walk at lunchtime – I haven’t had much fresh air recently!

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