365 Project – Day 51

Sometimes you just have to go with the flow, as I did yesterday. OK today’s photograph was actually taken yesterday but yesterday I had to balance the granddaughters or there would have been trouble. Back to going with the flow. Two of the granddaughters have had recent birthdays so there were parcels to be opened;…

365 Project – Day 50

As I posted a picture of granddaughter number Two last night, here is granddaughter number Four. I have to do this for the sake of peace and tranquility as if I don’t there will be trouble. Took this picture this morning just as she had raided the biscuit jar. 19 February 2014

365 Project – Day 49

Today we have been invaded. And jolly good it has been too. Our Number Two daughter has arrived for a couple of nights and has brought granddaughters Two and Four with her. So mayhem rules the house with little girls running around squeaking like mad as there has been much excitement. Both of them have…

365 Project – Day 48

It has been suggested that I have been banging on about the weather too much in this blog. If that is so I’m sorry but I think understandable given the appalling weather we have had to put up this year. Anyway I will make a big effort to find something else to photograph and write…

365 Project – Day 47

Oh my; goodness me! We have woken to clear skies and sunshine. And it has lasted all day. It’s not dry enough to do any gardening but we did spend some time picking up leaves and rubbish and generally tidying and sweeping. The garden looks much better for our having done this. When we had…

365 Project – Day 46

Every morning one of the first things I do is check the local weather forecast for the day to come. Today, as for most days this year, it offered heavy rain all day. By the time we had finished breakfast it had stopped but as soon as we stepped outside to go to the market…

365 Project – Day 45

It’s Valentine’s Day, hooray for romantics everywhere. Mrs Sixwheeler comes originally from the Isles of Scilly, a group of small islands twenty two miles south-west of Lands End in the far bottom left hand corner of the British Isles. For many years the Isles of Scilly were best known for the production of early narcissi;…