July dawns

Wednesday, July 01, 2020


June made off into the sunset with alarming alacrity. I find myself nursing a loss this morning; C got in with the pinch and punch before it had crossed my mind which of course has tipped the scores back in his favour but the year's got plenty left in the tank so I'll have to be more careful in months to come. 
The dreary grey days lately have put a dampener on summer so I admit, I haven't taken as many photographs as I would usually, however, there are so many I've not published yet that I don't think I'll be running out for a bit. There's so much to say, but often the words fail me and I just don't feel like trying.

Clover in full swing


The white airy flowers are hedge bedstraw.


Field bindweed looks so pretty with it's pastel pink stripy flowers which remind me of party tents and beach huts.

Take care,
Sophie

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2 comments

  1. I had to Googled the word 'alacrity'. But there you go, you've taught me a new word. Now I just need to find the opportunity to use it in a conversation!
    June did go by in a flash, we've had over 100 days in lockdown and I can hardly believe it. I need July to be a bit slower please?
    xx

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  2. I know what you mean about not wanting to try with the words. Especially since I've been back at school as well as juggling the online learning, I just can't be bothered! Seeing Hazel's comment made me smile- 'With alacrity' is one of my favourite phrases!!

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