Tuesday View (11th February)

A quick snap today, as I’m preparing for a visit from my Mum and Dad from the UK. πŸ˜€ A few days of conversation and some games of Scrabble by the fire will make February rush by in a breeze and before we know it spring will have arrived!

Dreaming of Spring

Dreaming of Spring

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The garden seems to be suspended in time… nothing happening yet!

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Have a great day everyone!

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39 thoughts on “Tuesday View (11th February)

    • I haven’t seen them for months, so it will be lovely. Hope you can visit your parents too Barbara. We all need something to look forward to at this time of year! πŸ˜€

  1. Have a fabulous time with your parents Cathy, we are expecting TNGs parents in a couple of weeks, and are really looking forward to it. Your border looks greener to me, but maybe that is the light. I really love the contrasting textures and subtle colours.

    • Thank you Janet. February is a good month for visits! It does seem greener out there, but I fear a lot of it is just moss! πŸ˜‰ I’m glad at least that we didn’t have any permafrost this year, as it damaged the lavenders in the rockery terribly a couple of years ago.

    • Thank you Sarah. We seem to be having endless days of mild grey weather with one or two partly sunny days every week or so. A bit of variety would be nice – as long as it’s not rain! The UK has been on our news all week – hope you are high and dry where you are.

  2. The garden may look a little bare to you when you think of what is to come in spring, but it’s still really lovely. There are shades of different colors that are very appealing. I know you’ll be so glad to have time with your mom and dad. I hope there will be many Scrabble games and lots of hugs! Have a delightful time…but I know you will!

    • Oh yes Debra – lots of hugs will also be on the cards. I don’t see them very often so will make the most of it. Thanks for your lovely comment! πŸ˜€

  3. May look as if it is suspended animation but there are subtle changes going on all the time. Enjoy that precious time with your family Cathy and I hope that the sun shines for their visit.

    • That’s interesting, so plants are not necessarily a part of it! Thanks once again for enlightening me Steve. I must now take a look at some German words for garden too. πŸ˜‰

    • Hi Donna. I hear there’s been more snow on the east coast. I bet you’ll be glad when the snow finally stops and you can see your garden again too. Have a good weekend!

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