Me on Monday
Me on Monday ... counting down to the summer break. Only 10 more teaching sessions to go, and then 11 weeks holiday! This week will be tiring, but fun, as I allow the children free choice to play their favourite pieces - they're happy as they think it's an easy option but it's a good way for me to assess their progress.
Today, after I finished work, I helped Julie move some more things round to be stored in my home. Her house will be photographed tomorrow, so they are all having a last minute panic. That was also the pattern for Saturday and Sunday, either moving boxes or searching on the Internet for possible new homes. I started looking for myself as well, maybe to downsize when I've sold off all of Ced's things. It's a possibility, but needs a lot of thinking about.
I've just been looking around the garden and was pleasantly surprised to see that the blue clematis that I thought I'd killed, has actually flowered. Only one flower, but it's a start.
It's lovely to see that the planting has attracted some wildlife - plenty of bees and insects, and there are a few birds visiting the garden, but I'd like to see more. I'm thinking of getting this sort of feeder and will set it up just beyond the end of the decking, nearish to the house, so that I can photograph the birds from the living room. If any of you have any do's and don'ts, I'd appreciate the advice.
Linking with Sian at From High in the Sky.