The last few days we have been blessed with lovely sunshine, blue skies with a few fluffy clouds and the first hints of Spring. It is still really cold, but I don't mind that at all, I can wrap up warm. But it has been so much more fun going out for walks with Hector. Poor Poppiegirl is still not allowed to run off the lead, and Hector is such a tease when we take them out together. So with a heavy heart we have decided to leave her at home when we walk in the Firehills. She is having her stitches taken out on Friday, so hopefully by the weekend she will be allowed to run again.
Hector just loves his walks and he is such a very well behaved boy these days, even the hundreds and hundreds of sheep in the fields don't wind him up too much, he goes to the fence and looks at them but thats all, no barking or chasing, phew.
I'll just show you a few pics of Monday's walk -
The bluebells are finally pushing through -
The gorse bushes, with which the Firehills are covered for miles, are starting show off their bright yellow flowers -
Tiny little buds are appearing -
Big, fat, woolly sheep -
Nothing much is happening in the garden yet, but I did find a couple of very brave little plants -
And now I am off to finally finish the second lavender cushion. Boy, I don't know where the hours and days disappear to.
Catch up with you all later, xx