Happy Easter Day to you all and I hope you have lots of chocolates to eat ! I have a little white (chocolate) bunny who will be meeting his fate this evening whilst I am watching, and trying to understand, Line of Duty !!
These days I have to be very careful when watching any series because Ernst and I seem to be the only ones in our group of friends who actually watch anything in ‘real time’. If, when having coffee with girlfriends, I start to comment on a programme, I am more often than not, faced with the others putting hands over their ears going “la la la la stop it, I haven’t watched it yet” !!!! We rarely watch anything except BBC as we cannot stand adverts so friends are always telling us to get this system or that, so we can watch without the publicities. Trouble is, we are really not techno friendly and I really don’t think I could deal with it. I say “I” because Ernst is very matter of fact, you either watch something or you don’t, end of !
I thought this month’s news would be all doom and gloom about having to postpone the Book Sale – as we had to this time last year – I was so fed up about it, BUT putting it into perspective, reconfinement does not affect me in a really bad way, I have not lost my job/business, I am not worried about where the rent/mortgage is coming from because I am on furlough, I have a large garden and Ernst and I are in good health. How lucky are we ?
The good news is that we have managed to rebook the hall for the 11th/12th/ and 13th JUNE, when, hopefully, the weather will be good, many more of us will have had, at least our first vaccinations and feel happier about going out.
Oh, by the way, can the person who donated the hardback cover book ‘The Body in the Castle Well’ by Martin Walker, get in touch with me ?
Excellent news is that dear Zac, who has been with us for several months now, has been adopted, as has Naty, who I thought looked rather scary but in fact who is a big pussy cat – well, not really, but you know what I mean. We are really surprised that Pheonix has not attracted any takers, this is one amazing dog, an absolute gem.
The 13 permanent canine residents here with us (all unadopted for one reason or another) continue to thrive even though several of them are beyond their ‘sell by’ date ! Fewer can now manage the long daily walk and are happy just to potter around the garden and lie in the sunshine. Dear little Pixie, who is a rough haired terrier, was found by the roadside, so frightened when she came to us then learned to trust us, turning into everyone’s darling, so much so that I could not let her go because I know she would feel betrayed. She will NOT leave the garden (I’m sure she is scared of being abandoned again) and does everything she can to stop the others going out too ! She polices the gate when we leave for a walk and actually hangs on to the legs of her favourite chums, to stop them going to the frightening Big Outside, seeming to say “no, no, don’t go, you may not come back” !!
Love, love, loving this wonderful weather and spending lots of time in the garden. I was tempted to get some geraniums but looking at the forecast, this sunshine is just a teaser before Summer and frosts are forecast so I’ll hang on and go and sit and read in the greenhouse instead !