Friday, April 10, 2015

A real spring day in sight!!

Goodmorning everybody!

What about yesterday? Well, I went to join the little group for Dutch language lesson, right here in the neighbourhood and it was really nice. I had the impression the lessons would be much more complicated, but this traject is just to encourage women of other ethnical background to learn and try to speak more of the Dutch language. So it was pinpointed more to practice.
The most difficult of giving these lessons would be to handle the difference in their knowledge of the Dutch language. Some already understand a lot, others have more difficulty but in general they are very willing to learn a bit more, and as I watched it yesterday, I could do a group already now.LOL.
May be I will join the ame group again next week, if the lady teacher doesn;t mind.
The hardest thing for me is to not interfere too much into the lesson, it's not my task, you know.
The "lesson" took about two hours, longer than I have thought , but it passed so quickly.

Finished there, I walked back home, because the weather was nice. as I came home, Jan already left for his appointment at the hospital with his gastrointestinal and liver specialist, and the results of the scan were good, and Jan told her about his operation. She didn;t know anything about it yet!
You would think that they would communicate, but it seems a bit difficult. Strange.
 Anyway, she was glad to hear something will be done about the umbalicial hernia.
As soon as he knows the date he must let her know and she will try to visit him that day. 

I did a bit gardening yesterday, with the nice weather. Some of the seedlings needed to be repotted already, so that was a nice and quiet job.
I have finaly made some pictures, and I have one of our little pond with the spawn in it!
If the eggs all come out we will have a real invasion of little froggies LOL!
And I have a couple of our "nursery". Not everything is sprouting already but some species really are sprinting!

And I have a photo of a reagular visitor in our garden. Sometimes there are five or six, sitting in the trees, this time I only spotted one paraqueet. Somewhere in the past they appeard in a parc nearby, and very often they come to our neighbourhood, and when in group they make a lot of noise talking to eachother, but I love them.

Today the weatherman predicted us a real nice and warm spring day. Well, looking out of the window it really could be so. I see lots of sunshine and temps might go to ca. 68F!
Wow, that would be really great, and if it all comes true, I think we will enjoy a bit of time in the garden, for the first time, sitting in a garden chair. Can't wait till early afternoon, when it should be best to do so.
In the weekend it will be less good, may be even with some rain. But a little rainshower isn;t bad for the garden at the moment. and then I may be will be able to make some time the next few days to do something about the designing. It's about time again.
So, looking forward to a lovely day, I bid you goodbye for now, not leaving without a wonderful freebie from Arlene, mad with the kit Marguerite.
Have a fabulous weekend!
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4 comments:

Edna B said...

Good morning Kyra. So glad to hear that the Spring temps are coming your way. It's so nice to be able to sit out and enjoy the sun and fresh air. Your garden is coming along nicely.

Our temps are supposed to be nice for next few days too. Today we have a bit of rain, but soon the sun will take over for a few days. Hopefully we will be able to work a bit in our garden too.

It's wonderful that your class turned out so well. It sounds like this could be good for you. I hope it works out. Keep us posted about Jan. Now I'm off to post on my blog. You have a wonderful day my friend. Hugs, Edna B.

Corrine Corbin said...

Thanks to Arlene for the clusters.

And thanks to you for the comment on the blog. I'm sure in a day or so I'll have some more pictures to put up on the blog.

Thank you for all your gifts to us and still hoping for the best for you and Jan!

Stacey said...

thanks to you and Arlene for the beautiful clusters! Love the pictures of your garden! so nice to see so many things growing. I hope you have a lot of little froggies too. enjoy the spring weather and have a great weekend!

Linda said...

Hello and Thank you for this lovely download...