Tomorrow I am off to London for the afternoon to visit (and play with) Victoria. Have decided to put life in the right perspective, time spent with family is so precious and the bears will have to be fitted in the few empty spaces I can find.
Something different this week, Megan was hanging out the washing and looked up to see ..............
Our resident hedgehog visits every evening and eats his way through the saucer of food left out for him. Unfortunately as it is dark it is impossible to get a photograph of him and he rolls up in a tight ball if we shine a torch on him! He also sleeps in the dog's outside bed for part of the night.
We had a sad happening in the garden this week. In a previous blog I mentioned that I was concerned that the birds were becoming just a little too tame. Got home from work on Wednesday to discover a pile of feathers on the lawn right next to the bird feeder. It would seem that a sparrow hawk managed to catch one of the birds and had a good feed in the seclusion of our garden. Definitely not a cat as there would have been more remains left behind. It has upset the birds terribly and for several days we have had only a few visitors but they are gradually plucking up the courage to return. The reality of nature is sometimes quite upsetting and hard to understand.
Have to complete bears for the show next week so hopefully some pictures next time.
Have a wonderful weekend.........................
When ideas float in our mind without any reflection or regard of the understanding, it is that which the French call reverie, our language has scarce a name for it.~John Locke