Dry Weather

I arrived home, after a weekend away, to a very dry garden. Yes, somebody pops in, but it isn’t the same as doing it yourself. You get a feel for which plants need water, over the years, in a dry spell.

I’ve been lucky enough to have a day of rest today. And, although I’m missing my work, my colleagues and the students, I’m treating this day of watering and cycling as a blessing.

This time has given me the chance to tidy up my blogs as the mobile site has improved, and editing out errors is now much easier with two facilities on the page now for editing and with not needing to reload the page every time you edit. So thank you designers of WordPress.

This is the first time in a year of blogging I’ve been able to read back all my blogs, and l was thinking that l cannot tell my students that they need to allow at least 10 minutes to edit a page of English writing if I’m not allowing myself the same luxury; l only need a couple of minutes.

I forgot to mention I’m also watering the roses, and ‘watering in’ the lavender, as my dad used to say, juggling 2 loads of washing, cooking dinner (salmon and roast potatoes), and clearing out a room. Well life would be dull….bye for now.




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