I’m having a good writing week with a new Alfie dog story out, Martha knows best, and a letter in Writing magazine, and a piece on the lovely Lynne Hackles page, Random inspiration people. Thanks, Lynne for buying my book as well. Also Redington is now available in a book shop in Walsall, if you live anywhere near there.
This picture is to remind us that summer isn’t far away, time to make plans for what colours and flowers you’re having this year. I’m definitely going to get some purple petunias for tubs and baskets. Sweet peas are another favourite of mine and a flower every garden should have as they can easily be grown in tubs. They’re worth having for that delicate smell that’s better than any air freshner.
The job on the building site has come to an end now and the sparkly new site is complete. I’m having a bit of a break, and then something lovely will turn up. As one door closes another one opens, and I know that’s a cliche, but what I believe.
Now time to get a cup of tea on and go to watch the voice. Whatever you’re creating this week, have fun.
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The book shop in Walsall looks fascinating and great that they are stocking Redington. Independent shops like this are a rarity these days so we need to seek them out.
Yes, Maggie, it’s a treasure trove. Glad they’ve got Redington on the shelves as well.