Our friendly Robin, gathering food for his chicks maybe?
Finally a blog from me, I am still here and still taking photos, but it has been a bit hectic with my daughter doing her final exams and things like that. My daughter has now finished University, just waiting to see if she has passed her degree (I am sure she has!) and what grade she will get, then she will be on the job hunting cycle.
St Peters Garden in Sandwich, starting to look very summery
My daughter and I went down to Rye last month to meet my sister in law on my daughters birthday. My daughter spotted this pigeon in the wall of the Landgate, maybe he is the gate keeper?
Also in Rye we spotted this lovely mouse done in wrought iron, isn’t it lovely?
Elevenses we always start our day in this lovely little tea room, and yes it might be a little early for a cream tea, but who cares??? We go on to do a bit of shopping and have our lunch in The Mermaid, we call this our ‘Ladies wot lunch day’ because there is more food than anything else throughout the day!
The Mermaid, Rye, East Sussex
Mermaid Street, Rye, East Sussex
From my garden, a pansy decorated with rain drops. Like everyone else we have had our fair share of rain over the last few months, we want sunshine and summer but not sure we will get any summer again this year..
I found this flag flying from the beach huts up on the seafront near us. I was on my way to the hairdressers, got engrossed taking photos and ended up being 5 minutes late for my appointment. I lose track of time when I am taking photos…ooops
Strawberry plants in the Library Garden, such a pretty colour
Pansies in St Peters Church Garden, so cheerful on a dull day.
I spotted this from my garden the other evening, for some reason it appealed to me.
Finally, the yummy scrummy early birthday cake that my lovely friend Pat made for me on Wednesday, in spite of the fact that she has so much on her plate just now!!
Thank you again Pat, you are a Star xx