Just about bordering on odd, I see things through different eyes.The heading says it all - I live, I love, I craft, I am me...

11/02/2021

Starts with a W

 Work starts with a W....

I thought I would share a few moments from work

like this moment from Thursday, 
when after working in the glasshouse all day,
it finally looked tidy.
Or that moment when the boss brings out a chocolate and mint bun
and a mug of tea for me :)
Then there is that moment when the glasshouse
was completely covering in the most beautiful filigree ice
Not a bad view from the office is it?
I get to meet new folk - at the prescribed safe distance with masks
That lovely moment when you see bulbs flowering
...and that precious little moment when a ladybird is woken up
by the sunshine streaming through the glasshouse windows...
Despite the chilly weather recently,
spring does feel like it is on the way.



20 comments:

  1. Love your interpretation of the choice for this week. Yes, spring is definitely just peeping round the corner but then I have just seen news of the snow in Scotland last night and.......maybe spring not quite thinking of arriving yet. πŸ’“xx

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    1. Thank you - I have to agree, today was very cold - although not as frosty the wind chill really cut through all forms of clothing!

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  2. Great photos
    Spring is definitely on its way

    Julie xxxxxxxx

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  3. Greenhouse envy - sigh 😊

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    1. It is a lovely one - and already despite it's 85 foot length .... I have nearly filled it with sown seeds - eek!

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  4. What a lovely working environment & I like your thought process for "W". I know I'd enjoy it too & would love to be one of your volunteers. Good to see those bulbs flowering already. Thanks for sharing, take care, stay safe & hugs.

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    1. I have been really lucky with my volunteers - lovely people that don't necessarily know what they are doing but are filled with enthusiasm, I now have a bit of a waiting list which I find rather special that folk want to give up their time to come and work with me even though it has been bitterly cold :)

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  5. A lovely insight into your working day. I like your new picture at the top with the blog title (not sure what the proper word is!).

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    1. Thank you Belinda and yes I know what you mean - blogger calls it the 'page header' 😊

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  6. Beautiful; what's not to like about your work place? Good to see Moss was included! A boss that brings you a brew and cake? Wonderful. I've never had such a boss.... x

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    1. And what cake it was ! Nombledocious indeed πŸ˜„

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  7. Love looking at your workplace, so jealous of the greenhouse. CN x

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    1. Thank you CN - I am lucky to work there indeed😊🌱🐾

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  8. I too am loving the updates from the garden ... the frost on the greenhouse looks fabulous ... I was so excited to see that our leeks are through this week ... can’t wait for the weather to warm up a bit so we can get outside ... strawberry bed is always my first job and it’s looking decidedly raggedy at the minute πŸ˜ƒ

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    1. Ooh leeks! Ours are still sleeping under the soil haha - I can't wait for the weather to warm up either! The strawberry beds at work are on my to do list next week for the same reason - definitely decidedly raggedy indeed 😊

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  9. oo I love the ice on the windows ... what a gorgeous job that is

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  10. Your workplace looks wonderful! I'm really looking forward to see you bring everything to life, bring on spring!

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  11. I love the ice patterns on the greenhouse windows, and the little ladybird waking up is so sweet :-)

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  12. What a handsome glass house. My greenhouse is tiny, standing space for one, but even so, I sometimes escape to it when it is raining and just stand there looking out, cuppa at hand. The neighbours probably think I'm a proper weirdo! So next place we have, I will invest in a super large greenhouse! How lovely to see a little ladybird out at this time of year. Lulu x

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