Even the way John sings shine is how Liam pronounces it, shi-ine... Only Liam over does it of course, shi-ine-nah.
Anyhoo, even as I listen to it again, the last few weeks have been crap as far as the weather is concerned. I have, however, managed to work most days. On several days I have appeared at our back door thus...
...a bit muddy, like a Swamp Thing. Indeed, I could have played his double.
I refuse to complain. No, I really do, I'm sick of hearing people going on and on and on and on... about how wet it is. And then, blow me down we get a couple of sunny days and people say, "If it's not one thing it's the other, too hot innit?"
You know what, NO IT ISN'T! Imagine if we lived in a country that had real bad weather or lived in a tornado alley or something. We have a very temperate climate and we are lucky to get what we have. You wait, in a couple of weeks we'll be back to the bleeding drought...
Here are some pictures from the last two weeks:
|Did some work at Rebecca's London home in St John's Wood. That's artificial grass and doesn't look too bad in this picture. A good day all round really, even if it did rain...|
|There's a pretty old wisteria here that they want to move to|
Quainton. Not easy, but we'll give it a go
|The conservatory. Nice place...|
|A rather wonderful dog rose (Rosa canina) that grows over a shrub I can't make out at Quainton. Astonishingly beautiful...|
|...and the bees like it too|
|Look what they done to my grass!|
|Oh dear, this once looked like this...|
|...but I have done a sort of fag packet idea with Rebecca and the builders |
and the area will be rather beautiful in a few weeks.
Oh well, that's it for this time. Just to say I may have picked up another big garden this week just up the road from home. Fingers crossed...
Be happy - I'm trying...