I’m cold as soon as I get up in the morning. I’m missing our warm-terraced house in Bos. This 400-year-old detached house surrounded by farmland, although lovely, is bloody too cold! As soon as T is eating breakfast, I dive back into the duvet before jumping out again and helping her get ready for school. I’ve had enough of this cold weather. I’m desperate for the warmth and the sun, while summer is far off, I’ll settle for spring.
We had a burst of good weather last Sunday and the husband took this opportunity to chop off the tree that fell a few days ago because of really strong winds last week, although it was cold, I decided to join him and T out for some fresh air. I also took my camera out to take some photos:
T had fun jumping in her trampoline. She hasn’t played out here in awhile.
Wearing her current favourite jumper in the world.
I was so pleased to see so much green coming around, a cheery contrast to the drabness of the winter trees. It made me happy to find spring flowers finally sprouting out in our garden.
And who doesn’t love snowdrops?
As you can see, there’s a snowdrop reunion happening on the side of our house. Aren’t they the loveliest?
I think spring is slowly creeping in in spite the cold weather.
What’s your favourite spring flower?
I love snowdrops, bluebells and daffodils.
What about you?