Thursday, March 27, 2008

The perfect working day

Today has been the perfect working day. The sun has shone, while out walking Chissie this morning I stopped to let the sun beat down on my face for five minutes, that always sets me up well for the day.


A bit of sewing was done this morning, then a friend popped round for a quick cuppa, some cake and some gardening chat. Photos were taken of said sewing done this morning and a wander round the garden to see what else was in need of some camera love.


Seeing as it was such a lovely afternoon, the wellies stayed on and some gardening was done.

A bed was cleared ready for planting and some seeds were sown, sweet peas and cornflowers. I've come in rosy cheeked and full of fresh air.

Here's a picture of Mr. Bud cat giving my wellies some love and the next one is of him watching the world go by.

9 comments:

Poppy Black said...

It really does look like heaven at your place! I spotted the first jonquil today- it is confused because we are having such a warm autumn down here in New Zealand. I love the smell of flowering currants. That is a dear wee mousie peeking out of the wall, and Mr. Bud looks very pleased to be sharing the sun with you. XX

Wild Rose said...

Do I spy a little mouse? How lovely to be out planting in your garden ~ with sweet peas to look forward to ~ the perfect day.

Enjoy your weekend Lisa

Marie x

Alison Boon said...

Oh what a cute mouse and so clever too, to avoid being caught by the cat

cd&m said...

Adorable mouse hope the cat didn't get him, or is it a catnip mouse for the cat?

Ziakoko said...

How lovely, sometimes all you need is a little extra sunshine, or a five minute cup of tea somewhere in the garden that no-one can find you....

thevintagemagpie said...

Beautiful photos and a beautiful mouse!

Clover Yard said...

Hi Lisa, isn't it great to get stuck into the garden again. That little mouse is so sweet. You must let me know when you're having your open day. I'd love to come and see all those lovely things you make.
Carolx

Primrose Hill said...

Little mouse is scented with lavender and him and his friends will be for sale on the website very soon! Fortunately for him Mr. Bud cat and little Miss Lexie haven't been able to catch him yet!

L x

Suzie Sews said...

SUch lovely pics