We are joining with Molly The AireGirl (http://northfordmaggie.blogspot.co.uk/2017/07/flower-friday.html) for Flower Friday.
We actually have some flowers in our garden to share with you.
This is our Buddleia, which is usually covered in bees and butterflies until I came to take the picture!
The whole plant
One of our lavender bushes with a bee in mid flight
The Potentilla is just coming out.
The hardy Fuschia in full flower
Our neighbour from across the road brought me these lovely sweet peas at the weekend which she grows on her allotment, I just love the colour. So I put them in a round vase and placed them on our dining table. DH was busy in the garden and walked through the house to go out the front door and started sneezing, and he didn’t stop. I was busy doing some extra cleaning and I thought it may have been the polish, which is the one I always use but who knows. Anyway he kept sneezing and sneezing and in the end I put the sweet peas outside on our patio table. He stopped sneezing!!!! I have really enjoyed the flowers outside this week and fortunately the weather has been good so they have been okay outside and the bees liked them too!!!
Busy weekend as always. DH is out tonight and tomorrow night doing his MC (Master of Ceremonies) job and I have done house jobs all day. I did call round to see the Boys Godfather, whose Birthday is tomorrow, but he was out (!). It has been very hot and sticky again today so I will be doing the basket of ironing tomorrow now when it is supposed to be a little cooler. Sunday will be catch up day and I am hoping to get the binding sewn on Youngest’s quilt.
The Boys are also having their hair cut tomorrow and DH is helping a friend with some sound equipment as well and Youngest is teaching at the swimming club tonight and tomorrow morning and Sunday morning. We also need to get some work done in the garden.
I hope you all have a lovely weekend.
Hugs, Susie x
Treacle has been inside today whilst I have been working as well, chilling in her basket.
I don’t know if I have showed you this before but I found it on Pinterest. It is definitely in Britain but I don’t know where, but who could not like a Huge Airedale on the side of their building, in fact Treacle could have posed for this!!!