Thursday, May 3, 2012

Blue sky and other colours

The Sun has come out, I know it is just a break before the next weather system kicks in so I decided to make the most of it. I got out into the garden for awhile and tidied.















Those tiny green dots are sweet pea.





And rhubarb crumble muffins for after tea.


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  1. You have some gorgeous plants in your garden, the mauve coloured ones are so pretty.

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    1. It is great to be able to get out to the garden to see the plants.

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  2. Wouldn't it be nice to go out and work in the garden when we feel like it rather than having to make the most of a break in the rain. Although to be fair - I'd rather have rain than a standpipe! I've yet to plant my sweet peas!

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    1. The rain waters the garden in a way you never can with a hose.

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  3. I love cowslips, I must get some for my garden. I haven't noticed any flowers on my chives yet. The muffins look delicious, they're a little unusual.

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    1. Mine were a present from the birds. They have also brought me my foxgloves and 1 bluebell. They have well payed for all the fatballs I have given them.

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  4. I made the most of todays sunshine, got broad beans into the ground and got lots of laundry done - tho one pile in the washing machine still to be hung out. Fingers crossed that I can do this tomorrow. Liking those rhubarb crumble muffins, I have some more rhubarb...I think it may be somforting rhubarb crumble this time.

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    1. Rhubarb crumble with lots of custard. I got lots of washing dry myself. Now the part I hate....Ironing.

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  5. Oh yes please! I love rhubarb and those muffins sound scrumptious! I've got a rather delicious rhubarb and orange fool recipe incase you're interested!

    We're heading for rain tomorrow too after a blissfully sunny day.

    Lovely to 'meet' you and greetings from France.

    Stephanie

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