We are meteorologically challenged. Our cherry trees are blossoming, the birds are trying to take over the post box to nest and the daffodils I planted last year are up and smiling already. To add to the confusion, we are expecting minus 2 degrees tonight and there is snow on the mountains. Welcome to climate change I suppose!
All three cats have gone to bed before us each evening, which means we have to shoe horn our way under the duvet so as not to disturb them. Only one was in evidence today, keeping an eye on the flax plants in case any rodent ran out. He did this from the comfort of the sofa,(perhaps you are detecting a theme by now?)
Meanwhile our neighbour has acquired 60+ dairy cows and is fattening them up on the field opposite. We are hoping we don't get any escapees in our garden like earlier in the year.
And as I still believe it is winter I continue to knit hats for the Seafarers Centre in Wellington.