We have carried on clearing and planting the allotment.
We've now got strawberries, leeks and some herbs and are starting to make the paths in between the growing areas.
We've also discovered a family of bumble bees who are living in a tuck of landscape fabric, we are leaving them well alone.
Back at home I am still picking buckets of flowers, tonight's harvest included lots of sunflowers,
my dahlia patch is giving me particular pleasure.
I love this one, Thomas Edison.
I fell behind badly with my stitch a week embroidery hoop, run by Clare of hellohoorayblog on Instagram, so I sat down and made myself catch up.
Progress on my Dad's jumper is whizzing along, I'm on the neckband. I much prefer bottom up construction to top down, as Jo commented last week, the boring knitting is all done.
That's me for now, not a lot seems to be happening in my neck of the woods but sometimes that's good.
Bye for now........Clicky Needles.