It's taking me an age to sort through all the photographs from our recent trip to Italy.
So, because I'm missing all my blogging pals stopping by, I've decided to do a quick post about our walk this morning.
Wherever you go in our little corner of Normandy you're probably closer to a cow than a person!
Seriously, we saw 17 cows and three cyclists this morning.
As we walked along the lane I noticed many wild flowers beginning to flower such as the delicate yellow irises in the collage above and the wild comfrey in the next photograph.
"Comfrey (Symphytum officinale L.) is a perennial herb of the family Boraginaceae with a black, turnip-like root and large, hairy broad leaves that bears small bell-shaped flowers of various colours, typically cream or purplish, which may be striped. It is native to Europe, growing in damp, grassy places, and is locally frequent throughout Ireland and Britain on river banks and ditches.
Later on we plan on working in the garden clearing away all the old daffodil foliage and maybe, just maybe, I'll persuade the Senior Partner that it really is warm enough to get the garden furniture out of storage and onto the patio.
Wherever you are and whatever you're doing today may I wish everyone bon dimanche!
Sharing this bucolic scenery with
The Tablescaper for her 100th Seasonal Sundays
Mosiac Monday with Mary @ the little red house