From Margaret - Spring
I am not making an exciting offering - however here goes.
I know it is cold, but the sun has been shining. I have been gardening, which has attracted the attention of two rabbits, who seem to think my efforts are just for them. If I had a gun they may not be quite so appreciative.
The squirrel who comes every year, sometimes with a mate has been happily digging up the lawn looking for his/her store of nuts.
I think I have a blackbird nesting in the hedge, which provides me with a lovely song just outside my window.
In other words I think Spring has arrived.
23/3/2020 01:58:36 pm
Red or grey squirrel?
26/3/2020 01:10:47 pm
Grey Squirrel. I wish it was a red squirrel, but it is still entertaining.
24/3/2020 09:16:07 am
We have a lot of birds activity in our garden with different finches, tits, Robins, jackdaws, magpies, sparrows, woodpigeons (treating the pond and grass like a spa!), ...
24/3/2020 10:32:22 am
Sorry to be slow on the uptake but here goes. My threatened contribution (mainly for Tenors and Basses) on how to burn toast and fry an egg ( essential skills ,I know ) will wait for another day. However, all this talk of spring triggered my grey matter to recall some long lost songs which maybe a few will recall - Spring Comes Laughing is obvious but for a few it might be from the John Clare cantata for which I struggle to remember the right words but the Autumn part has something like 'The Spring is gone and Summer beauty fades like setting sunbeams in their last decline' . Then It was a lover and his lass.. and probably more - any offers??
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