T and I moved out of our little Ashbourne house on the 14th of April, it was sad to say goodbye to such a sweet old place but it was time to head forward. We're each living with our parents while we search for a place to live in Nottingham - we're going back to the city we met in, and hopefully returning to plenty of new and exciting opportunities too.
So I'm back home in Lincolnshire at present, which is no bad thing! I am making the most of some time with my family, enjoying the peace and quiet of Keepers Cottage, and taking Ted the Border Terrier for walks in the woods around the house. Spring is most definitely in full swing here; Primroses and Forget-Me-Nots have popped up all over the place, the Bluebells are readying their purple loveliness for display and even the Daffodils are resolutely clinging on. When the wind blows in the right direction you can pick up a definite trace of the wild garlic surrounding the garden, although it hasn't yet reached it's most pungent! I've been seeking out a few recipes to put some of it to good use. Everything is coming into bud and even the white-flowered weeds in the wood make a gorgeous carpet. I love Spring.