We've had some new arrivals in the village. One of my neighbours is a cattle trader and this week we have a very small calf and Mum amongst the others.
The calf is so lovely and very, very small.
Raindrops hanging from the moss on the garden wall.
This morning my seeds for this month arrived from the Seed Club I belong to. We never know what we're getting so it's always a good surprise. I had thyme and leeks on my list of seeds to buy so that's two things I can cross off. I shall try my hand at growing the watermelon and squash are always welcome.
Today it was our monthly Book Club meeting. We had just read Secrets of the Tides by Hannah Richell. Well - truthfully - I was the only one who hadn't completed the book. This was partly because I should have been recovering from my gastric bypass revision and wouldn't have been at Book Club until I cancelled the operation. It had mixed reviews but I was enjoying it so I shall read to the end.
Our book for this coming month is Between a Mother and Her Child by Elizabeth Noble. It's quite a long book, 468 pages, so I hope it's a good one. It's always nice to catch up with the others in the group in the more informal bit at the end of the meeting.
My last photograph for this post is of the sunset from the end of the garden last evening. The skies have been lovely this week and the days have been mostly dry here.
1. Coming back home this evening and finding the woodburner heating it so well.
2. Finding a broody duck sitting on the hen eggs in the new henhouse.
3. Getting veggie seeds in the post today - I always look forward to them arriving.