Look out, too late. Gotcha.
Call yourself a shark, more like a snack.
Any more where that came from? Plenty of room in here.
After playing with the whale, I did some washing, the weather has been glorious, and then took Ben to the park in Garnant. There is a cycle path come footpath winding round and through it, so easy walking and several benches to stop for a rest and enjoy the view.
Plenty of pussy willow to look at and stroke.
Even though we have had lots of rain, this little stream has all but dried up. It has been a small but raging torrent for much of the past few months. It meanders through the park before joining the river on the far side.
The Gorse was gleaming in the sun shine and there are plenty of flowers rejoicing in the clement weather, but of course my batteries were low. I will do better on our next visit.
I spent a little time in the garden this afternoon, just pottering really as the ground is still quite wet. There are now 2 arches in place, waiting for the sweet peas that have sprouted in my greenhouse. I may look out for some jasmine and honeysuckle to put in as well, I like my garden to smell as good as it looks.
I am going to have another go at the whale tomorrow, I want the dorsal fin a bit thicker and the body a little narrower and longer.
I made another 10 string blocks and cut 30 more foundation squares
so I have plenty to keep me occupied.
Dinner was a stir fry, I popped into the local shop and they had packs of chicken stir fry mix reduced to 69p, very tasty and very filling with just a few thread noodles to pad it out. I had nothing planned and was more than pleased with my bargain.
Now I have to drink tea and plan tomorrows activities, I have a tree to plant for one thing.