Grey and drizzly yet again in Cheshire though still warm for January. I would much prefer bright and frosty but we have to put up with whatever comes our way. OH bought me some daffodils this morning so they will certainly cheer me up.
Lovely photos posted, sorry to hear about your woes Palaisglide. Hope your family are soon better. The sunshine should cheer everyone up anyway. If Winter comes can Spring be far behind.? (Quote from Shelley )
Snow arrived here in Cheshire last night though I am still waiting to see the landscape in daylight. It takes so long for the mornings to get lighter in January doesn't it. I do feel for the commuters in this weather and hope my grown up offspring get to work safely.
There is a yellow warning of snow here in the North West, possibly arriving at lunchtime. I am glad that this is not a warning of yellow snow! Take care everyone when out and about.
Sorry I mistyped your name Clarington,I didn't get any sleep last night so I'm not too efficient today. Glenys would you like some of our cloudy skies? It sounds like it is very hot in South Africa.We could certainly use some of your sunshine here in January UK.
Clearington, stay safe. It seems that you have it bad up there in Yorkshire. It is a bit wild here in Cheshire and the sycamore tree opposite our house has shed all its seeds. I expect I will find seedlings sprouting up everywhere in the spring.
Another dreary day here in Cheshire. There is snow forcast for later on in the week and that will brighten things up a bit although it does bring its own problems. Soon my Helebores and snowdrops will make an appearance and they will cheer us all up. My friend in Cornwall tells me that her early daffofils are beginning to appear.
Thank you for your kind thoughts Lizzie. My other half is doing very well and getting out of doing the washing up!
Misty, drizzly and warm here in Cheshire. Hope tomorrow is brighter and we can have a nice walk.
I think you are right Dove. He does seem to play a low key part in the programme but is very encouraging.Like you I enjoyed the programme immensely and it was cheering to see all those lovely flowers and greenery in dreary January.
Watched Monty Don on TV last night and really enjoyed the programme. Lovely as it was to see him I am not sure what the role of Monty is in reconstructing the gardens but it was good to see him anyway.