Monday, March 19, 2018

Prickly presents

Robin Tanner woodcut - Primroses and Wren


Well I do have something to post today.  A knock on the door, large box from Interflora, and a great prickly cactus emerged.  The funny thing was I had just mentioned buying a cactus to Paul as he had taken one of the cyclamen pot plants for his study - weird.  The cactus was from my daughter, almost at the end of her divorce proceedings and grateful for help.  A milestone to be recorded.




The weather has calmed down though still a cold wind, the birds are still around, especially Jack our injured jackdaw, you would think that I could have thought him a more original name.  This morning when I looked out four hen pheasants sat on the church wall obviously hungry.  Two can just be discerned below.



4 comments:

  1. Super cactus Thelma.
    Do you think Jack's wing will recover or is he doomed to be land bound for ever?

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    1. Well he is very good at surviving, but yes if the wing is broken he will be land bound till the sparrowhawk gets him.

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  2. Sorry about the challenge your daughter is facing. Cactus is really stronf looking.

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  3. Legally it is over though the court has not released the papers yet. But she is very brave and I am very proud the way she is independent and supports her children.

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