Posted: Today at 14:53
Clari, wrap them in layers of soggy newspaper and put them in a cool corner.
Congrats on having perfect vision - let me tell you, it's so annoying when that first sign of ageing makes itself known
We have 'robin' in the front garden Fg , but when we get some undergrowth planted I'm hoping he and his missus will move into the back. We've got lots of goldfinches who love the ash trees and sing to us most of the day. We had a pair of bluetits rear two broods in a nest box on the other ashtree last year, and this year they're very much in evidence, with the male sitting in the ashtree warning off any interlopers, so hopefully they'll use the box again.
Next door have two tiny ponds and get lots of frogs, who also visit our garden in damp weather - hopefully we'll see them more often if we provide more 'damp'.
OH is back outside digging the pond - I'm feeling a bit 'under the weather' so have been sent indoors to put my feet up and watch Cagney & Lacey with you lot on the sofa. OH very sensibly said that it's only just over 24 hours since I was running a temp and had horrid earache and I've done a load of washing, baked a batch of bread, hoed and raked in the garden and done a lot of pond supervision - that's enough