Yes, I did buy me a couple of new plants for the garden. I went looking at the flower shop and they had a nice offer for Azaleas, so I bought 3 of them. They are not very large ones, but it sure brings colour to the terrace. I have one of salmon/pink colour, one white and one deep red. I know, they will not bloom very long, but just in this period they give a boost of colour. Found also three small basins of a silverish colour, just a nice for some smaller container plants, they only were € 1,00 a piece. I used one already for planting and a second one is now a tiny "pond", now just have to buy one or two little waterplants for it, so they can keep the water a bit clear and healthy.
It was lovely weather yesterday afternoon, so I really enjoyed the little walk.
Today looks to be about the same, so in an hour or so, I probably can open the garden door and see what mischief I can think of to do in the garden, LOL.
I noticed also that there were lying around some knots of cat fur at the floor. Well, the cat brothers had a little fight in the morning, how nice! So I took out the vacuum cleaner and gave the room a sweep with it.
Later in the afternoon I finished a kit, that was "hanging"around for several days already and I've even uploaded it. The evening was quiet too, we watched some soccer games, and this evening there is more. And later we also watched another part of a new French detective serie, it's a real catching one!
I found a French summary of the story, so I translated it with Google, not the very best translation, but it gives you an idea of the story.
What happens there on the island of Lands'en in Bretagne, France? Since Mary Kermeur returned to marry her childhood friend, now a famous skipper, strange things happen. A dead seagull red stained her bridal veil, her brother is found dead in a creek, and standing stones began to cry tears of blood ... The legend of the Wreckers, who terrified the island two centuries earlier, is that coming back? Mary Kermeur , noticing that her job as a police officer was removed from the irrational world of Celtic beliefs, can not ignore she sees as signs ... Sent on site, the captain Lucas Fersen, a specialist in ritual murders, does not take too seriously these superstitions. And yet ... The young woman is unquestionably the center of mysterious events that decimated her family. As other standing stones are bleeding and other family members will die. But after these events, Mary may finally discover the cause of the terrible nightmares that haunt her nights.
The guy that plays the police captain is also nice to look at LOL!
Just opened the garden door and it is lovely outside, so I will put on quickly some clothes and have another coffee in the morning sun, how about that?
Here is the second part of Book for Children 4, and if you want more of it, I have a part 5 ready too. Is that too much or will I make even more? Material enough for it! Say what you think of it!
Now you all have a splendid day!
part 4B HERE