On Monday morning I was surprised to see that this mini daffodil had flowered ahead of the first crocuses. This is something that I’ve never seen before.
I really could, and indeed should, have found out the painters of the two pictures that I’ve shown in recent posts. Thanks to Sharon’s comprehensive comment I know now the allotment one in the Dig for Victory post is by Michael Herring, and Liz kindly emailed me to say that last Sunday’s shed picture in the It’s damp and dull… post is by Edward Hersey. Many thanks. As they, and others, also pointed out both these pictures are available as jigsaws. I may well get these later in the year to do during next winter as I’ve always enjoyed doing them, although it’s been some years since I last did one.
This coming weekend is the RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch which I’m looking forward to doing as usual. It looks like the weather is going to be mostly cloudy, rainy and windy so I’d be surprised if I see more than the few usual birds that I generally see.
Have a good weekend!