.... the local cat population is beginning to annoy me some what.
My friend's cat now spends most of his day in our yard awaiting the arrival of the birds and it seems the others have decided it is their preferred place to use as a toilet. I have been sprinkling cat repellant but it wears off after a while. Most of these moggies are lovely to look at but I just do not want a disproportionate amount of visits to my yard. I suppose the main problem is that we are the only ones with earth. All the rest are concreted over. Nearly all of them are made to stay outside all of the time unlike a certain other puss
who rarely goes out.
So it seems that I shall be spending time cleaning up before I can plant anything this year.
This is the honeysuckle that grows in a pot by the kitchen door. I live in hope that one year it will flower.
Still no allotment pictures but the seed potatoes arrived yesterday at John will be putting them on top of the fridge this weekend so they can begin to chit.
The knitting is growing
It is half-term so I am hoping to get to grips with the tree over the next week. I have all the leaves and flowers to turn, it is a bit fiddly.
Thanks if you pop along