Last week everyone seemed to be talking about The Beast from the East, but so far we haven't had any considerable cold. In fact today was a very sunny day.
I enjoy Scandi noir, and found Betrayal by Karin Altegen to be a gripping thriller, though also very dark and disturbing.
I love snowdrops, they are so delicate and pretty. I also noticed that some of my snowdrops have been munched. It's too cold for slugs, and I haven't spotted any slimey trails, so not sure who the culprit is. That monster has also eaten my yellow crocuses.
Having heard about the coming frost, I have covered some of tulips and hyacinths , which my Mum planted last autumn. Hope they will withstand the cold, when or if it comes.
Running to school on Wednesday afternoon, I've spotted these birds on the roof of the old house in Market Square. For some reason this seems like their favourite meet-and-greet place, they are often sitting there in lines.
On Thursday I was working in the garden, taking photos of the toys we received for reviewing. A young black bird kept watching me from the apple tree. He was so curious as to what exactly I was doing.
The Moon was visible in the afternoon when the sky was still bright blue. I didn't zoom the camera, as I wanted to show both the rosehip and the Moon in one picture.
Our Saturday treat - a trip to Gregg's with Eddie before grocery shopping later. The sausage roll was straight from the oven and very hot. I warned you, Eddie!