...but containing something even more beautiful inside - a gorgeous print I recently ordered from Julia Crossland. I love it.
The fabulous waether continues. By this afternoon it even started to feel too hot for working in the garden (it doesn't take much heat to make me wilt!). Here are a couple more garden photos...
Hosta leaves unfurling.
Even the lilacs are about to bloom.
Today hubby gave the grass its first cut of the year. This always has the effect of instantly making the whole garden look much tidier, so over the weekend I hope to take some "bigger picture" photos of the garden for sharing.
Last night I hosted a craft night so there's been a little bit of baking happening...
Three of the limes used for a key lime pie.
Shells (in the blue bowl seen far left in the rock cake pic)
Now to Easter...
...the chocolate bunnies, as they were this morning.
And as they are now (on a high shelf safely out of reach!).
This afternoon we went on a little family bike ride to the loch. Hubby tows A on a tag-along and I tow N in his trailer. Today N likes singing "Bob The Builder" as loud as he can while being towed along.
We head round to the bird sanctuary. This is the view from one of the bird hides.
Zooming in closer, hills in the far distance, in the middle distance a church spire, and a heron in the foreground.
Beech trees are coming into leaf.
Little cottage and sailboat.
The joy of chucking stones in the water.
And sunbeams, just before we enjoy a fish supper at the lochside then cycle home.