Tuesday, 30 June 2015

Hopes, dreams and sheer delight

Back at the beginning of the month I wrote about the joy of a whole new month ahead of me, a month of hopes and possibilities, a working towards who I want to be.  IT's now the end of the month and I've been reflecting on how I've spent those thirty days.  

I certainly haven't been idle.   My other blog chronicles many of my efforts at over-coming The Mess but I have had many things in which to delight.  I met up with an old friend of thirty years ago and we laughed our way through a very leisurely lunch. I've made cards and done some sewing.  I've been to the theatre and had days out at Normanby and Lincoln Castle.  I had the fun of winning a giveaway and I developed hook cuisine.

But most of all I have seen my garden take on its summer shape, thanks to Jack's labours.

So what treasures does July have in store for me?

If the heat today is kept up I shall be in a perspiring heap but maybe July will bring the glories of my garden to perfection, some sewing may get done and I shall listen to a few books.  I have no doubt that there will be much to delight in.  

6 comments:

  1. I have been de-cluttering and actually sold a lot of things at a car boot sale this morning which was quite enlightening.

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    1. Where is there a boot sale on a Tuesday? Most seem to be Sunday so no good for me!

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  2. June sounds as though it has been a good month for you. May July be as good.

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  3. Nice month my friend! I look forward to seeing more garden pictures later in the summer. Reading the last comment, I wish we had car boot sales. I'd love to decide some weekend to load my car and see what of my clutter would be someone else's treasure. Garage and yard sales are so much work and need planning.

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    1. Maybe the grass is always greener . . .I'd been thinking it would be easier not to have to get up at some ungodly hour, drive somewhere, unload very quickly whilst protecting your stuff from the dealers, and not have to reload the car with a depressing amount of unsold stuff!

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  4. I hope you have had a wonderful day! Ours is just starting but it looks glorious.

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