I had a rare opportunity yesterday afternoon to do some pottering in the garden.
I enjoy being in the garden, as does Emma, but she not very often content to watch me do some weeding, she would much rather be exploring with me and looking at all the different sights and smells.
Which is lovely but it means things tend to get a bit wild and out of hand in areas.
Having had a brief tidy of the garden I snapped some photos to see its progress a month down the line.
I still have much to do but I’m enjoying looking at all the colourful things I had blooming in June.
My courgette plants are doing brilliantly I can’t wait till they’re big enough to harvest. I love that Emma’s first taste of courgette will be one we’ve grown! I also think the flowers are lovely, I can’t quite figure why though!
There are also some flowers that creep over our back fence. Some pretty little white flowers but I’m not sure what they are and some honeysuckle. Oh and do you see the lovely blue sky we enjoyed yesterday! Sadly today is much cloudier.
Well I’m off to play with my little girl who is currently experimenting with her voice… cue lots of very loud, high pitch squealing! Hopefully I’ll find a little crochet time aswell, I’m working on some slippers!
I hope you are all enjoying your weekend!
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