Good Morning

Morning clouds

And now should really get a move on. Today is morning of the cleaning lady and so I have to get an earlier start so that she can begin with her work. I have my breakfast, take a shower and do some tidying up. When she arrives she can start work on the bathroom, afterwards the shower and I can retire to my computer.  She is already here and busy. Mr. Swiss has left me for a quick tour of the supermarket he says, but I think he just needs a change of scenery now and again.

The weather is still hanging on. I thought yesterday would be a bit dismal, but it managed to brighten up, although I did not go anywhere. My physio therapist paid a visit and so I was busy exercising parts of my leg that I never knew existed. The usual lady is on a course, in England of all places, and her colleague arrived. It seems I am now at the advanced stage with walking without support, although I have to be careful. She suggested that we could now practice standing up from the floor, but I told her no. When it happens by accident I have to call the rescue squad from the hospital to pick me up and I have no intention of trying such experiments. Perhaps one day. Although I have lost weight (from 82 Kilo now down to 78) I am still too heavy for a young lady to pick me up and forget Mr. Swiss. Picking me up in his arms was something from the early courtship days.

Hyacinth 09.04 (3)

My gardeners paid a visit this week to tend to my lawn, which can only get better. They fed it with fertiliser, added some new seeds and now Mr. Swiss is dutifully giving it water at least three times a day. Otherwise I have a few flower beds and the gardener even passed a remark to his gardener colleague about my hyacinths, which are looking good. Of course I engaged him in a conversation, and was flattered to hear his comments, as gardeners can be very critical. I am especially pleased with my pink hyacinths. I planted a couple once and the bulbs somehow got lost, but produced many tiny little bulbs. At the beginning I got a few weedy leaves, but as the years went by there were a few miniature flowers and today they seem to have reached the age of a fully developed hyacinth. It seems the longer they stay, the better they become

Siberian Bugloss

I had another suprise this morning when I saw that my everlasting forget-me-nots had begun to flower. I got a few plants from my sister-in-law many years ago and now they flower regularly. They spread and I have patches all over the garden. The advantage is with this type of forget-me-not is that they do not have to be sewn every year. The plant remains and is one of the first to arrive in Spring. They are known as Siberian Bugloss.

It looks like another good day today for a wheelie in my chair, but my assistant is away this afternoon, so I have no-one to let me out or in with my chair. This is no big problem, as I will sit outside on the porch with my computer. Now that daylight stays longer in the evening, I will probably go for a trip after the evening food, which I actually prefer. It begins to get dark around 8.00 in the evening at the moment, so that is no problem.

And now I must go, I should report in the kitchen to begin cooking the daily lunch. Those of you that have spring, I hope you can enjoy it and those downunder may the Autumn be a good one. I will leave you with my daffodils which have also now appeared in my garden. There are some days which are just perfect.


5 thoughts on “Good Morning

  1. Those hyacinths are rad! I do not grow them. Like I said earlier, it does not get cool enough for them. They daffodils are pretty sweet too. We have a native plant here that looks just like the everlasting forget-me-not, but I can not remember the name. How appropriate. I just looked it up. It is western houdstounge, Cynoglossum grande. That is not a very appealing name. I just wrote about forget-me-not two days ago.

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    • My hyacinths are really doing well this year and I am quite pleased with them. We seem to have the right climate. I have had my fogemenots for at least 15 years. They never faiil to disappoint and are a wonderful start to spring

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