Sunday, March 23, 2014
Spring and stuff
The garden is burgeoning. I love picking little bunches of spring to put in a vase. I do have a tendency to place this vase right in front of little controlly bit at the side of the tv so that Mr Life's remote controller doesn't work. No one's perfect.
Hyacinths! So lovely. I buy bulbs every year and plant them out afterwards so the garden is full of them.
Cassie Cat takes advantage of the sunshine.
We took Grandson to Glasgow (through in the west...) yesterday on the train. He liked this a lot.
He was intrigued by the tunnels. We saw lots of sheep, a few cows, many traffic lights, quite a few rivers and motorways and several tractors. He found this all very satisfactory. Another little boy's granny gave him a small box of raisins. "That lady has presents for me," he said approvingly.
We then went to the Kelvingrove Museum. I'm not sure that he drank in the culture but he liked walking round and round the corridors and up and down the stairs.
There's plenty of time for culture.