But in my heart it's Spring or so the songs says.
Whilst at Morrison's this week I spotted these little cuties all ready to get us into pre- Spring mode The little pots had been reduced to 66p each and the pot with the daffodils on the side were down to £1.66.
They were as dry as a bone as seems to be the way when you buy plants from supermarkets. They are currently residing on the kitchen windowsill having a well earned drink, but I know exactly where they are going to go. And I will show you that later.
Meanwhile on the challenges. I have now completed my fourth book, Things We Never Say - Sheila O'Flanagan, from my 'Yet to be read' shelf. Only another nine to have read by the end of June.
and new month means new choice of a book for my re-read from our school days challenge
Lord of the Flies by William Golding was really my nemesis. I didn't enjoy it at school at all. So I decided I would face my nemesis head on by making it my choice for February better to get it out of the way early on I thought rather than putting off to the very end. All I remember about it is that following a plane crash there is a group of boys left on a deserted island with no grown ups to look after them and the only other inhabitants of the island is pigs. Oh and my other abiding memory is that at some stage there is a pigs head on a stick which is then known as 'Lord of the Flies'.
I will be starting this one this evening so will let you know how I get on next week.
Looking around blogland there seem to be some pretty amazing challenges going on for 2014 and it is already giving me a few ideas for 2015.
Have a good week one & all whatever you may doing or wherever life may be taking you.