Good Morning

Hedge Cutting

This morning is not such a good one. It started off well and then the gardener arrived. We were expecting him, but time was taken up by explanations and details of what to do. Then the chief appeared who is a really nice guy and we got engaged in a conversation with him. At last I could eat some breakfast whilst dealing with my good morning greeting and then the mouse on the computer gave up. It is a new mouse and probably the enclosed battery was on its last legs when I bought it, so I had to search for a new battery. Now it is working and you can see one of the guys cutting our hedge which was really necessary.

In the meanwhile Mr. Swiss and I discovered that our e-mails were again not working. We got new codes yesterday and everything was OK. This morning I renewed the codes again and now it is working. I should have stayed in bed. Some times life gets too complicated.

Road to Solothurn 06.06 (5)

Yesterday we spent most of the afternoon in town sorting our e-mails at the shop and it rained all the time. Today it is dull outside, not yet recovered from the rain.

The gardener has a lot to do, as I no longer do very much in the garden. He had a laugh when he saw that I had a small plantation of cannabis growing in one patch, probably from the bird seed he found. I assured him I do not smoke.

I also discovered that the slugs have returned after the wet weather. They have gone forth and multiplied and are settled and munching happily on every plant where they find something tasty. I had not seen a slug for at least a year, so they must have been hiding somewhere.

I will now travel on with the vacuum cleaner and Mr. Swiss is planning to go to town for some bits and pieces. Have a good day/night and may it run smoother than mine is at the moment.

Flowers 04.06.2018

11 thoughts on “Good Morning

  1. That dogwood is very nice. Our finished a long time ago. Your gardener does an exemplary job on the hedges. I just wrote a nasty gripe about fat hedges, which are the norm here.

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    • And I didn’t realize that it was a dogwood.because I often don’t know the english names. We used to cut the hedge ourselves but the work got too much for us. They are very good gardeners and nice guys

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