July too was, as June, so, so warm and sunny. I either read or heard it was the warmest ever. So when it dropped from the about 29-33 Celsius we had for weeks, the about 20 which is more normal here, now actually feels cold. Here are some July photos. I have the same photos posted on Instagram. Be well and safe you all !
Already mid March ! ! A couple of friends and my husband have asked me have I given up the blog as I have not posted anything for one and a half month. Nope, I have not. Only a break for a while. Here, a few photos from February. Stay safe all !
I hope your January was good and safe and now wish you all a Happy Safe February.
Yesterday morning my husband woke me with a ”Happy February”. Really ? ! Already February. It feels like it was 1st of January yesterday. Here are some January photos. For several winters there has been hardy no snow. Now there is a lot. I love it. It is beautiful and reminds me of my childhood wonderful winters. But, the strange thing is there is a lot of snow even in countries, places where there hardly ever is snow.
Christmas is right around the corner. I have baked some gingerbreads and made date nut balls. Of course there are no left so I will make some more next week right before Christmas Eve. As I this morning edited the photos from yesterday my dear cat Jacky, as usually, kept on eye on my doings. I wish you all Happy Safe Holidays !
Autumn at it’s best. Warm, sunny days. About 15-18 degrees. Blue skies. Here are some photos from the last few days. The dahlia ”Fire and Ice” is still in bloom. A yellow autumn hawkbit and the rose nip. Plus two photos of our cat Jacky. He is eating grass.
On Sunday morning there was a tick on Jacky’s neck. I shouted to my husband: ”Yuk ! I found a tick on Jacky’s neck” ? I removed the tick. I think it is pretty early for ticks this time of the year. But, the winter has been unusually warm. There has hardly been no snow. Also we have had a couple of sunny days which may have made them to wake up. I need to buy something that prevent ticks. Last summer there was a lot of ticks. Hopefully there will be less of them this year.