Thursday Thoughts – Outing on Mother’s Day

This year the sun was shining and we spent a fine day together. Biking to a local greenhouse with an amazing bloom of cacti and geraniums. And millions of tadpoles – and a leech. I do love tadpoles, we always let some grow up in a big bowl, and then let them out when all four legs had arrived. A nature’s wonder. Leeches though…naaah. Not one of my favourites…

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  1. It was lovely you got to spend a nice sunny Mother’s Day, Ann-Christine. Nothing like a leisurely day out and taking in the beautiful sights and nature around you. Stunning photos of the blooms in the greenhouse. Hope it is warm and great weather over there for you this time of the year. Enjoy your summer 🙂

  2. Cheeky I know ! I did not think Swedish weather ever blessed you with totally cloudless days – how absolutely lovely !! But do not talk about leeches = a city girl I was also ‘attacked’ by some during a university nature camp – a lifetime later I still have some welty scars on my hip . . . had no idea they could make you ill as well . . .

    • Well, well – we have lots of sunny days generally, but this winter and last autumn was a disaster in darkness. Summer has more blue skies than England!

  3. Who likes leeches? I am reminded of my son returning from school camp in the wilderness as a senior student, legs dripping in blood from leeches. The looks on the new junior students he told me was priceless. I think they started to dread school camp!

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