This morning early Tess and I walked across the newly silaged field which was wet with dew. Already the sun was warm, the grass was short enough to walk easily and the rabbits were about, much to Tess's delight.
Each time I walk amongst the fields I am conscious that my time here is coming to an end, that I shall be living in an altogether different environment - but I am also sensible enough to realise that it will be much better for me to be in a bungalow and nearer to services. If my walking
gets much worse I can always get myself a buggy to get from a to b.
As we walked suddenly a hare got up at our feet and ran. Tess saw it but didn't attempt a chase - I expect she knew that, given the hare's speed, it was a totally pointless task. As you know, the hare is my favourite animal, so I was thrilled to bits.
Ukulele practice this afternoon so all my jobs were done early this morning - now I can sort out my music ready for this afternoon.