The days are gradually starting to lengthen, and I am so looking forward to when I can start on my coastal walks once more. At the moment, the footpaths would be far too muddy. In fact, with all the rain and storms here in the South West of England, much of our coastline is eroding away, which is quite worrying, especially for those with houses close to the sea. What happens then, is that the cliffs have to be shored up, sections of coastal paths closed and routed away from the sea. The shoreline really does take quite a battering during these Winter months.
For newer Followers of my Blog, I thought I would share some photos of my garden as it looks in the Summer. Looking out of the window at the moment, it’s hard to imagine it being full of blooms. But I know that time will come round once again, and even by the end of February, quite a transformation will have taken place, as new life starts appearing. The changing of the Seasons really are a wonder to behold, and I always say a silent prayer at the start of each new Season, that I am still here to appreciate it.
Just looking at these photos has lifted my spirits, as I sit here enjoying a nice cup of green tea with lemon. A garden can be hard work, but, my goodness, it’s worth if when everything falls into place.
If you want to enlarge any photo, you can just double click on it. I hope you’re all having an enjoyable weekend. I know that there are a couple of my bloggy friends who are coping with certain things in their lives at the moment, and prayers are with them that all will be well. Look after yourselves everyone.
Photographs are my own, apart from the two quotes, and these are courtesy of Pinterest.com
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