It’s December. Already. I know. Now as the World’s most unorganized festive person I’ve not bought so much as a Christmas card yet. I have however heard numerous festive songs playing on the radio and between you and me I am well up for it this year. This feel-good festive vibe has been enhanced this week by spying that the Christmas Tree Festival in local Hythe village is running in the Church once again (cannot wait to try and get there next week) and having spotted and smelt my neighbour Alex’s real Xmas tree. Obviously I didn’t just starting sniffing the tree, I was invited too…
Why all this festive banter? Well because frankly there’s not a huge amount going on in the garden at the moment – if I had to report on my garden it would go like this:
Wet. Muddy. Meh.
Luckily I have Alex next door who never turns down a bedraggled looking Annie clutching a camera (and who has a much lovelier garden!)
This week is National Tree Week (thanks to the lovely person who told me on Twitter!) The Tree Council in the UK’s leading tree charity and you can find out more about them here.
Thankies to all who joined in last week , as usual I’m sharing some faves: Viv’s Shack project, macro joy from Katie, sunset shots from Stephanie, the last Autumnal smile from Amanda, Sara Queen of digging and hard work and fungi-tastic Iona.