One fine day

Mr H and I have taken a couple of days off work.  It feels very wrong being home alone when the wee man is still with the childminder most of the day but our work on the house and garden has slowed dramatically since his arrival nearly 19 months ago and we are determined to get a few things done.  Not least because yesterday a huge delivery of roses and raspberry canes arrived.  I say huge but actually the poor things were all bare rooted, bundled with twine and wrapped in a couple of surprisingly compact packages.  The courgette and butternut squash seedlings needed repotting too.  I can’t believe how quickly everything is growing.

It’s good to have time together talking and working in the warm March sunshine, rediscovering old interests and learning about new ones.  I’m slowly working out the digital SLR camera we got for Christmas.  My adventures with a film SLR seem like another world and I’ve got so used to digital autumation that it’s easy to forget that with the flick of a surprisingly mechanical lever the new digital beast becomes all oldy worldy and lets me blur the world in and out at will.




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