Sunday May 6th 2012
Today was freezing. I lit the fire again and spent my afternoon taking part in the Webheads In Action session, followed by a webinar organised by BEsig.
|Malcolm playing the bones|
|Miles and Vanessa|
Monday 7th May
Today was the first Bank holiday of the week. My husband ran me to work, then kept the car so that he could help drive the people to the ferry. This gave me the opportunity to walk home. As I normally have the car, this doesn't happen often, so I take advantage if the weather is fine. At first the day looked dull and damp, but by lunchtime it had really brightened up - so I took my chances. The route home takes me round the coast- or across the beach if the tide is right. I set out along the road, and realised that I would have to share with the Petit Train, cyclists, dog-walkers etc. Everyone was out walking! I decided to cross the beach instead. It took me a couple of hours to get back, but I enjoyed the exercise.
|Elizabeth Castle from the distance|
|Elizabeth Castle as I crossed the beach|
|Le Petit Train|
Tuesday 8th May
A normal day today. Very little traffic on the road and I had time to take a photo of the farm that supplies the farm shop. I like their scarecrow!
Wednesday 9th May
Today is Liberation Day, a very special day in Jersey's history. Again, most people are on holiday, but our school is not closed. My husband gave me a lift to work again, and offered to pick me up if I
didn't feel like walking home twice in one week. The weather wasn't very nice, so I walked half way and then called my 'taxi'.
|The Jersey Flag|
Today was wet and horrible. The lovely weather seems like a thing of the past. Fortunately the warm and wet weather has boosted the flowers in the garden. Cairis's rose is about to flower, and it won't stop for months.
Friday 11th May
|A red sky at night....|
Saturday 12th May
I couldn't resist this picture of Maisie in the window, sitting half in shadow and half in bright sunlight. She had been sniffing the Sweet William on the window ledge.