What a joy it is that I am beginning to feel back to normal once again. Within the last two hours my never ending headache has started to subside and the sheer relief that I am now back on track has lifted my spirits. This past week I have been such a bad blogger, hardly visiting anyone, reading my comments and wanting so much to reply but my brain was finding it so hard to co-ordinate my virus infected mind and fingers - so, thank you all for the kind comments, I will get around to replying to you soon and visiting your parts of blogland once again.
What I did miss was the Spring Equinox. I so wanted to sit on the haystack once again as I did with Mr Teen at the start of Autumn (post here), but this was not to be. Instead I smiled gently at the many pots, vases and jugs of pink, green and white loveliness that I have in each room. Some reflecting in the newly polished windows to give double the beauty.
Outside, Spring was playing 'peek a boo' with me and enticing me outside, even though for short intervals.
The warm sun felt so lovely and the busy noises of nature surrounded me. I've missed the sound of a leaf nudging its neighbour in the wind to say 'wake up it's time to grow'.
The blossom is intoxicating. When I think of this time last year and the snow showers we were treated to and the daffodils only just starting to bud, I felt so happy that spring has arrived at the correct time and that the seasons were separated this year.
As the rain decided to descend briefly, I was treated to a beautiful rainbow against the gorgeous blue of the sky and the crisp clouds.
And so, back inside I went, to plan in my head the projects I want to do over the next couple of weeks. I won't give too much away at the moment but they involve working with fabric, metal work, wood and plants. Right now though, my eyes are mesmorised by the blossom that surrounds my garden and that is enough for now.
This weekend will be lots of fun with Sandringham's Craft Show and Mothering Sunday, so life will be back to normal and a trip will be recorded once again on my camera. I can't wait!
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