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“And rain will make the flowers grow…”

We hoped to find some Bluebell Woods this evening, but it didn’t quite happen. Instead we had a bit of an adventure with sheep, sunsets, hail stones and pretty fields! There were also some (very shy) Deer but sometimes moments like that are best for the eye and not the camera.

We did find some Bluebells (eventually) but they weren’t really camera ready and the light was fading fast. We’ve pin-pointed some spots to return to in the future when the weather decides to co-operate!

Today would be Grandad’s 88th Birthday – he almost made it that far. It seemed fitting that today I grabbed a few photos and did what I absolutely used to love doing – wandered. Grandad was one of my biggest fans and an avid follower of this blog until he became too unwell to keep track of it. I still showed him my photos, everytime I saw him, even when he was at the Nursing Home. Photography was something we loved talking about and he never forgot to ask what I had captured lately. So these photos are in honour of him and the importance of the 16th April, which was nearly always spent celebrating ‘our’ Birthdays as mine is in four days time!


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“I’m trying to remember how you tell the time by looking at the sun.”

“I should leave it for a while, it’s too bright to see the numbers at the moment.”
― Terry Pratchett

Once again, we have been incredibly lucky with the weather and so headed to the meadow for a comparison to how it was a few weeks ago when everywhere was flooded. It was still spongy in places, but the difference was amazing. The new lakes and rivers that had formed have mostly disappeared.





We decided to try and teach Buddy a bit more swimming, the weather was warm enough for it and he seemed more grown up and brave compared to last year. Not only did he swim, but he also followed William out across the lakes on random bits of precariously balanced tree trunks.




He needed a little coaxing to do so though! But once there, he managed even to turn himself around and walk back again! Towards the end though, it was safer for him to jump off into the lake which was also a new experience and one he didn’t seem to mind (too much!)










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