I’m cheating a little bit here, as these are not my daffodils, mine are still in bud. But I was very excited to spot these on my little walk today outside one of my neighbours’ houses.
I also spotted some gorgeous snowdrops. I’m still very much into snowdrops.
When I got home I also had a little stroll in the garden to check out my favourite crocuses again. Loving the purple/yellow/green combination.
I’m currently on the sofa, feet up on a cushion on the coffee table, catching up with a bit of the Australian Open tennis. Our British guy Norrie is putting up a very good fight against the awesome Nadal. Go Norrie! 🇬🇧. Tennis is my favourite sport to watch, and the only one I watch regularly, other than the Olympics when they’re on. I’ve been to Wimbledon many times and Queen’s a couple of times. I love the battle of the minds, the intensity of the game mentally and physically, especially in the men’s singles, the modern day gladiators. I believe England have just beaten Italy in the rugby today, so well done to them too. I don’t usually follow rugby or football.
Tonight we’re staying in (of course!). No takeaway for us tonight. We are having a “Cook” ready meal of tomato and pesto chicken which I’ll stir through fusilli pasta, followed by an M & S jam sponge pudding which looks promising. We may have Kir Royales to start, as I’ve just bought a new bottle of cassis, but David seems to be on a sudden health drive trying to drink a little less, so we shall see.
I’ll leave you with a few photos from the other really sunny day you haven’t seen yet. Have a nice evening/day/afternoon wherever you are.. thanks for stopping by the Waffle 😊Xx
I love the way the light hits this leaf.. stunning! What a beautiful leaf.
The bird feeder – the seeds keep sprouting so I have to keep digging them out so the hungry birds can still access the seed. A few robins recently.
Arty farty reflections of my house in the puddle on the patio seating covers.
The patio seating looking a bit sad this time of year.
Very cold veg patch/shivering rhubarb.
I wonder what I’ll grow in my pots on the wall this year… 🤔
3 thoughts on “The first daffodils”
I love daffs and snowdrops too. I look forward to seeing them come out, follow by crocus.
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Thanks for your post and lovely photos and good wishes. The heart shaped leaf seems appropriate for Valentine’s Weekend. Hope you enjoyed your meal this evening. xx
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Thanks Janice. Happy Valentines to you! 💌xx