After rushing around all day, then decluttering when I got home from work I thought sod it. It was such a beautiful evening, too good to miss so the bearded one and I went for a walk around the neighbourhood. Not a child to be seen on the neighbouring estate, where are they? Surely not inside on such a beautiful evening!
We cut through the back lanes and came to my favourite little piece of heaven on my doorstep. I love how nature takes over in the summer, nearly swallowing the boardwalk that winds it's way through the woods. You wouldn't think it was so near a very busy road, the trees seem to soak up the sound, leaving just the chirping of the birds and buzzing of insects. As we cross a bridge we can hear the little river that runs through the sanctuary, but can't see it as it is hidden deep below the greenery.
Beautiful wild flowers give their pampered garden cousins a run for their money. They are just as attractive to the bees who don't seem to know about the weeds versus flowers nonsense we humans have imposed on them.
As we neared the end of the path something caught my eye. I was just as excited as I would have been when I was a child seeing this little fellow.
When I returned to the house, the sofa was still in the middle of the room with books and c.d.s scattered everywhere. If someone had broken in and ransacked the house I don't think I could have seen the difference.
I hope you have all enjoyed some lovely weather where ever you are.
Welcome to new follower Go with the Flow, I'm afraid you have joined me at a rather boring period. I promise I will get out and about taking some photos of beautiful Cornwall, start creating and cooking again soon.