An outing to Laxbro is always a treat. I usually go in the Winter to see the icicles, but, how about a Spring tour?
We truly live in a magical world – not only in my many corona jigsaw puzzles.
Well, looking out my window two days ago – winter was back again…
William ShakespeareApril hath put a spirit of youth in everything.
As the garden is waiting out in the cold…let’s make a short walk in some of my windows! Most plants are starting to enjoy life as the light is returning.
Medinilla magnifica – the second time I have managed to make it flower again – very happy if the buds will open up instead of falling off…
Thank you for the short visit in my windows, towards summer I hope to give you a tour outdoors and in the glass house. Until then – I must of course send you my Russian begonia – my pride. About 2×1.5 meters today.
Grateful for a wonderful spring bouquet…
Another chilly day of clear skies – so, if you feel like it – you are welcome to join me for a short drive in the nearby countryside.
In the early morning, I decided to drive out to the open fields to listen to the skylarks – my thrill this lovely day. And yes, they had arrived, and I heard them singing as soon as I opened the windows. I saw cranes ploughing high up in the sky and I heard swans trumpeting.
A short visit in my windows – because now the sun is shining in! Spring is knocking on the door, and this time of the year we call ”vårvinter”, a word for the season in between – between winter and spring. The name translated would be ”spring winter” in English. If you have another/the proper word for it, please tell me!
Windows – my glass house still wears its roses with pride, but in my home spring is exploding in every corner and every colour…
We are grateful to see the light coming back, lifting us up from the darkest season. Fortunately, I love all seasons and would not be without any of them! My favourite is spring, with Life returning. The cranes are calling, and the tits and finches are fighting already…Yesterday a flock of skylarks were sighted in the fields south of my home. Welcome!
I guess this was maybe the last lasting snow this year – a beautiful day for us and the dogs. Start in soft sun and finish in the cold of the evening. Put on your warmest clothes and come along!