Good Morning

Morning Sky

It is not raining, there is no trace of snow, and we have some blue in the sky. Perhaps it will be possible to revert to a good day where I can go places and see things (with the camera of course). It must be the first time I have seen patches of blue in the sky since more than a week and now we even have a little sunshine. What could possibly be better.

Saturday in a morning of rest for me. There is nothing special on the timetable and everything under control. I even managed to iron my new bed linen yesterday morning, so that is out of the way for the time being.


I even bought myself a new rosemary plant yesterday in the supermarket. This is the one I already had, not exactly a bush, more a bonsai. It served its purpose but not exactly full of promise.


This is the new one which is still a baby, but I am sure it will grow and spread. I am planning on pork chops for dinner and that will add some flavour.

At the moment this Spring thing is slowly convincing me that I should get myself organised. I am now cobweb free at home and yesterday attacked the top of the cuboard in my office and removed the two cat cushions which had enough fur on them from the cat to make a coat. Having cleaned them up there is no Spring cleaning left. I do not really believe in Spring cleaning and prefer to do it daily.

Morning Sky 2

And since I began writing this the sky has changed to this, some good clouds and more blue. What a pick-me-up for the day.

And now to the work: not really work, just a housewife hobby. I had to order my MS medicine yesterday as I do every 3 months and it will be delivered next week. We have a good system. There is a lady that I can just call and she organises the rest and also deals with any questions I might have. It is all syringe units and I have been injecting now since three years every second day, so have become quite a professional.

Lent and Christrose through the tree

My garden is now growing and along with the plants, some weedy stuff that I will have to remove, although I will probably call the gardener some time next week.

I am now off to deal with life and trust you are having a good day wherever you are. Keep safe and well.

17 thoughts on “Good Morning

  1. wow – any post that starts like this:
    It is not raining, there is no trace of snow, and we have some blue in the sky.
    has pulled me right in
    and your rosemary looks good –


      • Mmmmmm
        That sounds so good
        – a while ago my husband made this amazing califlour soup with extra rosemary (extra on accident ) and my chest had a fluttery and healing feeling! I think the rosemary was healing something.
        So good!
        Oh and sorry about your MS- and glad you can still do some gardening 🌲🌳🌸🌸🌸

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  2. Wow …. you are WAY ahead of us in the gardening thing …. tomorrow is St Patrick’s Day here in USA …. usually every year the forsythia are in bloom, the tulips are up, etc etc by St Patrick’s Day … last weekend I was worried because it did not look like things were progressing … but sure enough … Wed and Thursday we had to nice warm days here on USA East Coast … and the forsythia are blooming, although the tulips are not yet. But the daffodils are. So that’s great. Things are moving along, as they also seem to be in your village. That’s fine. Spring is always a time of great promise. PLus the sun rises a bit earlier each morning, which I love to get up and watch the dawn. Hope you have a nice weekend. SLP.

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  3. Your rosemary (both the old and the new) looks wonderful. I think I told you that I had a rosemary ‘shrub’ for 20 years and then it just died. I loved to walk by it and brush it’s leaves for the wonderful scent. Enjoy your Saturday, Pat.

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    • I had a shrub but it had to make way for the raised beds. I was surprised that it existed so well through our Swiss Winters. NowI have a new one and am oping it will stay and thrive. We have the most wonderful weather at the moment, wearm and sunny, Spring is here – at least for a day.

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  4. I believe I will begin to see some green growing things very soon. Garry said that someone (neighbor? Which neighbor?) replaced our mailbox. But I don’t know who did it! They fix the other neighbor’s mailbox too. Maybe the post office?

    Anyway, we have blue skies and the wind has stopped, so I live in hope of spring really being spring this time!

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