Last week when I was out and about I passed a lovely fruit and vege shop that also sold flowers. I couldn't resist buying a couple of bunches of daffodils to brighten up the living room. They are an unusual yellow, almost with lime green tinges.
Progress has been made out in our back yard in preparation for our new project. The dwarf Pink Lady apple tree and plumbago have been dug up and transplanted. The potting shed is in it's new position and completely reassembled by my clever hubby.
|There's a bit of a slope here so we'll have to terrace the ground inside.|
This afternoon I planted some double polyanthus, did some weeding and pruned a hydrangea bush. There are a few more to do but they will keep for another day. I was rather tired by the end of the day as yesterday was spent digging out the apple tree and plumbago with hubby's help. I then went on a long walk with Sophie on a new route which included some very steep hills. I've a few muscles aching as a result.
I had another long walk today about midday to participate in a protest march against the McDonalds development in Tecoma. There were a huge number of people participating, at least several thousand. I'm so proud of our community, not just Tecoma but people from Belgrave, Belgrave Heights, Belgrave South, Upwey, Selby, Kallista, Sassafras and many others from surrounding areas and down the hill.
Hubby took some photos and I'll share just a few so as not to bore you all to tears with our local issues.
|The march started in Belgrave|
|Proceeding along Burwood highway.|
|And finishing in Tecoma|
Wishing you all an enjoyable week,