For the past few days I have been laying siege to my workroom and trying to reorganise it. The contents of every shelf, cupboard, box and bag have been tipped out and drastically edited. The floor keeps disappearing and re-appearing as work progresses but the worktops are still invisible.
I am hoping that it will encourage a new phase of creativity but I might like the look of a tidy room so much I won't want to spoil it!
The bed in the spare room is covered in bags of stuff for the charity shop and the recycling bins are full. I am exhausted and still have the work surfaces to clear but the end is in sight, thank goodness.
Strange things are happening this spring. We still have celandines and daffodils in flower and buds on the acquilegias!
A family of crows must have a nest nearby and various members visit the garden. They like to pick up a piece of bread and drop it into the bird bath before eating it. One of them was making such a raucous racket this morning, almost drowning out the songbirds.
There's just time to tidy up one more untidy heap before starting to cook supper. Enjoy the rest of the weekend.