Sunday, 22 March 2020

Sunday

On a fine early Spring day the sun is shining even if there is a cold East wind off the North Sea.  I have walked round the estate with Percy and shall shortly to out into my back garden to see what is sprouting now that my gardener has tidied up for me.   I leave you with a photograph of my bungalow soaking up the sun.   Have a good Sunday.

31 comments:

Rachel said...

What a beautiful bungalow Weave. I have had a very cold east wind off the North Sea too, and a little bit closer to it than the Dales. Otherwise a lovely day with lots of sunshine.

Kipper said...

Your home looks very beautiful. It is a sunny day, with a mild wind in Seattle and we will be in the backyard enjoying the bird song and just relaxing ...without having wear a coat!
Have a wonderful rest of the day.

susie @ persimmon moon cottage said...

Your home is beautiful. It has been raining mixing with snow here today, with a terrible cold wind. I'm in the Midwest USA, and as cold as it felt, even though I know it's not possible, that wind felt like it was off of the north sea, too. I'm looking forward to spring more than ever.



coffeeontheporchwithme said...

It's nice to see your home. Now I can imagine you in it when you write your posts. You must be very comfortable there. It is cold here, still. Hoping for Spring. -Jenn

JayCee said...

It looks lovely in that glorious sunshine. I hppe you had a wonderful day.

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Sewing mamie said...

I have missed some of your posts , have you got a new dog or is percy your toy boy . I hope you had a good mother's day from a somewhat chilli brittany x

Bonnie said...

Your home is lovely! It does look like you had a beautiful, sunny day today. Happy Mother's Day to you today!

Sue said...

How lovely to see your bungalow Pat. I hope you are keeping warm, this wind is cold!

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

Life's always better when the sun shines. That's a very neat bungalow you have there.

Oklahoma Girl said...

So beautiful and homey. I love it.

The Weaver of Grass said...

Sewing mamie - Percy is neither another dog (I feel I am too old to take on another pet) nor is he a toy boy - no Percy is the name I have given to my Rollator, which is a walking aid with four wheels which enables me to walk round the estate. It has a little seat on it so that I can have a rest if I get tired.

Bovey Belle said...

This sunshine is so welcome - Tam and I have been out in the garden much of today. Ah - Percy is your Rollator!! I thought he was a neighbour . . . What a lovely bungalow you have.

Sewing mamie said...

That is wonderful giving a name to your rollator , my family think i am strange because I name inanimate objects lol

jinxxxygirl said...

How wonderful to see your bungalow Pat! And what a beautiful sunshiney day it is! Cold and dreary here... Rain expected tomorrow night.. storms! Take care my friend.. Hugs! deb

Doc said...

What a nice bungalow Pat.

Joanne Noragon said...

What a sweet house. Far bigger than I expected, but cozy.

Gail, northern California said...

Such a sweet little cottage...neat as a pin and perfect for one who loves the company of the occasional overnight guests.

angryparsnip said...

Oh how wonderful. Now I can see what you have been talking about.
What a nice sunny day.
parsnip

Margaret said...

What a lovely little cottage. I do enjoy reading your blog. We have just gone into LockDown here in New Zealand so my Deaf Blind Elderly Mother and I are confined to our home - or to solitary walks. My Mother has a Percy too - I shall tell her to name hers :)

thelma said...

Keep safe in your snug bungalow. We have at last beautiful blue skies, though a tad cold, so wrap up as well.

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Heather said...

What an ignorant coward 'Anonymous' is. Obviously he/she never had parents or grandparents, but is a species apart.
Your bungalow looks so nice, cosy and cared for. We had a glorious day yesterday and I had a lovely walk in the afternoon. Hoping to the same today. The sunshine always lifts the spirits doesn't it, even if we do have to wrap up warm!

Mab said...

Hello Weaver, nw commenter here. I enjoy looking at your home, it gives an "all's right in the world" feeing - which feeling we need right now. I'm glad for you being there.

Jules said...

Your home is as lovely as I imagined. And blue sky too! X

Librarian said...

Your home looks as nice, neat and tidy on the outside as we know it to be on the inside, from the photos you have occasionally posted here.
It was the same here yesterday; cloudless blue sky but a cold wind. Regardless, there were more people out walking, cycling and running on the fields than most other fine Sundays; everyone seemed to be making the most of the day after a grey, cold and wet Saturday.

A Smaller Life said...

I love the thought of the house soaking up all that warmth from the sun. Your bungalow is gorgeous. Take care xx

Ellen D. said...

That is a lovely home! How lucky you are to have it! Looks like a well-kept property too!

gmv said...

Your home is just lovely. I kind of imagined it this way. I love the orderly neatness of the yard.

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