33 thoughts on “A Sunny Day

      1. Well, actually, today it’s been raining, which was a nice break after a few days of temp rising.
        My pleasure! It’s great to see you back! πŸ™πŸŒ·

      1. I always think about this and hope there are more wild things that can be eaten easily. I get incredibly excited when someone says I can eat a leaf or a flower that is not the usual veg or fruit.

    1. There seems to be a craze lately on these islands for foraging for “wild” food: books, courses etc. Maybe it is something you could check out online, locally? Good luck! Keep well and safe! πŸ˜‹πŸ˜˜

  1. Yes, a field of buttercups is very cheering, Ashley. I am noticing more wild flowers this year, possibly my imagination. I walked a meadow this week that was also painted red with sheep sorrel. I sneezed all the way home with the pollen, but it was worth it. β˜ΊοΈπŸ‘

    1. Thanks, Michael, me too, except that I’m not familiar with their names! I should have paid more attention when I was younger! (I’ve had a bit of bother with my computer lately and have lost my link to your blog; could you add it here? Many thanks)

      1. Hi Ashley. I’m the same. I know a few of their names, and am learning more with the help of Google’s lens

    1. Dear Marina, it is always good to hear from you! πŸ€— I see you’ve been climbing mountains recently! All those staircases at home must have helped. 😊 Living in a bungalow is certainly doing us no good! You inspire me to start climbing. πŸ˜‡

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