Helps you to remember what you have done on weekend May 5, 2012.
What a weekend ! The weather was just awful ! Mr. G. managed to clean the entrance with the Karcher, after having done the terrace the day before, just when the sun shined for a few minutes, before it disappeared and it started to rain again !
Sir Arthur thought it's now so clean it would need some muddy paw prints. At least one work finished !
The flowers which I wanted to plant, are still sitting outside in their cartons, I managed to plant 4 begonias in two pots, when I had to stop and go inside because it started to rain again.
So I went over to Dominique who, each Saturday morning does painting classes for these little girls, usually there are two more, but they were sick ! They are all very motivated and start to become real little artists. It was fun to watch them painting.
Sunday it was even worse, although it didn't rain, but it was very cold and windy. I hurried to the market to buy roasted chicken breast and vegetables for our supper took some pictures because there also was a little fair, but it was really not fun at all to stay outside !
The afternoon I was busy with the creation of new headers, watched a little movie and we had to turn the heating on ! Dominique came over because we wanted to organize our trip to London, there are special offers for the Musical "Ghost" combined with a hotel stay. We want to go there in June and at this occasion also meet my blogfriend Jo from South Africa, but actually living in Tanzania,who comes to London with her husband. As we live so far from each other this will be an unique opportunity to meet each other "life" !
The evening we spent with Inspector Barnaby and his Midsomer Murders, at least there it didn't rain and according to the clothes it also was quiet warm.
For next week it won't be better only the temperatures will raise a little more !
Sweet May has come to love us, Flowers, trees, their blossoms don; And through the blue heavens above us The very clouds move on.”
Heinrich Heine (of course that was in 18hundred something !)