Welcome to blog! I started it in 2020 to chart my recovery from breaking my ankle (hence the name). I guess no-one saw a global pandemic coming. It's turned into a place where I can talk about the things happening in my life, my horse and my cats. Enjoy!
The geese were circling the yard again today. They are so loud. Always makes me wonder if they’re having the same conversations as we do when we go on holiday?! You know the ones – ‘did you look the back door?’, ’have you got the passport?’, ‘are we there yet?!’ That sort of thing. Yes I have an active imagination.
I’ve been thinking about migration a lot today. And warmer climes. My wonderful niece Katie headed off to New Zealand today for an adventure. I’m so proud of the woman she’s grown into. She definitely inherited the Langley wanderlust gene. I’m getting twitchy. Definitely need to plan some more adventures.
Pleased to report that the vitamins and drugs are working. Feeling so much better today. Think the blustery day helped to blow the snot away!!
I was in full planning mode this morning when I heard lots of noise coming from the lounge. Seems the kittens were enjoying the latest episode of ‘Birdwatch Brundall’. Today it was brave pigeon eating berries next to the window. Hugo and Dodo were utterly transfixed.
You ever get that feeling you’re being watched. Well today I was. Came out of the greenhouse after watering to find Dodo watching me. He’s worked out he can jump from the log store to the garage. And from the garage to the conservatory.
He obviously gets a better view of the birds that way…
Once again the bees have taken up residence in the old bird box in my garden. It’s a veritable hive of activity with all the comings and goings. Fascinating to watch how they all move around each other so perfectly.
This winter the blue tits used the box. So it really is the birds and the bees.