Low energy levels…

It’s probably hay-fever and the antihistamines that are to blame, but I have to say, I’m feeling tired today – mind and body.

Happily though, the garden is carrying on, doing its own thing, not bothering if I turn up to poke it or prod it – just as well.

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I shall go and have another nap – and hope the fairies sprinkle energy-dust over me while I’m dreaming.


Author: Anny

English countryside, old places, making art.

18 thoughts on “Low energy levels…”

  1. Sorry to hear you’re lacking your usual bounce. I think we need to adopt the Spanish siesta and not feel guilty about taking time out to have a bit of a rest now and then. Beautiful flowers, what’s the first one? It’s really pretty.

    1. Roses are the one flower I really do wish I could grow well – I’ve been to garden trade exhibitions and practically drooled over the David Austin roses – one day perhaps…

  2. Wow, lovely photos of gorgeous blooms. Sorry you’re feeling under the weather, though it’s probably the weather that’s to blame. The forecaster mentioned how high the pollen levels are at the moment. 😦

    1. Thank you – it seems churlish to blame the weather after all the cold and wet we’ve had, but I think the pollens have been biding their time and are now hitting with full force – I’ll get used to it.

      I’m sure you’re right about the eyes – and you can get some fabulous frames these days…

    1. That’s true – the garden really isn’t anything out of the ordinary, but if you look closely, there’s so much beauty to see.

      1. That’s why they say “beauty lies in the eye of the beholder”. Most people are so occupied with themselves that they cannot see the nature’s beauty around them.

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