Dear Weather Gods...
Dear Weather Gods,
When I was talking about SPRING in my previous blog post,
this was not exactly what I had in mind...:
The snow that fell last week here in the south of England nearly put a stop to my work trip to Sweden, with a large number of flights cancelled from Heathrow last Sunday...
However, I made it both there and back, but I had only been back for a day,
when again I woke up today to a world covered in a fluffy white blanket...
So, true to my conviction that one can lure spring out of its hiding place if one only tries hard enough, using floral bribes and bulb reminders of how spring is really done, I confess to having done a rather desperate raid of the garden centre shelves yesterday...
And what better box to fill with Muscari/grape hyacinths, than this lovely,
numbered tin one, a gift from my dear blog friend, Lotta!?
So, there we are, all ready for spring... so feel free to take the cue from me, dear Weather Gods.
Feel free to go wild and crazy with warm temperatures and colourful buds.
We are ready, so bud away!
Thank you all for your lovely comments about my tulip play last time,
and for visiting my blog despite the loooong wait between the posts!
Wishing you a fabulous weekend. I know my weekend will be special,
as I am expecting a very special visitor in the Swenglish Home...
All the best,