F is for ..............
Fingers! or finger nails to be precise - had a gel manicure last week before we went away for the weekend.
At 3 p.m. today I walked (in the freezing cold pouring rain) to the post office to post a swap parcel to New Zealand.
My chickens have a handful of mixed grain every afternoon. It is funny they eat the corn, but leave the sweetcorn which they eat the next morning.
This desk lamp used to be in one of the bedrooms and was red. I wanted it over my desk, so we sprayed it grey! Fits right in now
Click, click, clickerty click - as I type and and a double click now and then!
Alice bought this jar of honey back from Russia at Christmas, it had a paper label tied with string and a wax seal on it. I also noticed that our favourite cereal bars are oats and HONEY. Had a talk about bee keeping at horticultural society last year, it's a right faff, they need lots of work. Not just a case of getting the honey out once a year, not sure that bee keeping is for me, but glad it is for some people!!
Fountains have been a bit thin on the ground in my part of the world. So here is the rain overflowing from the water but into a bucket causing a bit of a fountain!
Pompoms! round woolly balls of delight!
Just me in the garden, we managed one sunny day this month!
I was trying to get a photo of "The House in the Clouds" but got a good photo of the clouds but not of the house. You can just about see it on the horizon. Apparently this was a water tower, but they made it look like a house. Taken in Thorpeness on the Suffolk coast.
Spotted this big group of crocuses on the side of the road as I walked back from the post office.
I save up all the loo roll and kitchen roll innards all year round and use them to plant my broadbeans and runner beans. I planted some broadbeans a couple of weeks ago, but one of the old boys at the allotment told me they would rot, so I came home and planted the rest of the seeds in these tubes in the greenhouse - I won't be beaten!
Well that's it for another month, will start looking for the March photos. Thanks to Greenthumb once again!