The last few days were good. A very precious guest was here, days were spent walking through the city, looking at art, going out for dinner – a taste of life as it should be.
This is all fine and nice until one finds oneself standing in the basement car park with a Sylvaner in one’s hands watching the car slowly driving out of sight.
To escape the big “Bööh” today, and simply because I needed to see something different than my old dusty books, I went out this midday for a walk around the village.
Right in front of the house I inhabit, one finds this yellow bush :
The plastic eggs appear over night.
The air was still cool, a small, biting wind now and then attacked. But all & everything is budding. The first bees and bumble bees are out, as you can see here :
Let’s end this short post with some fine music : Ms Lucy REED ( Eng.) sings about a Lazy Afternoon. I have the impression that she sings about a day in summer when it’s time to lie down and watch the clouds. For this it was still too cold today, so I stood besides the water and listened to the brook’s murmur. Sadly I have no talent as seer, so the future was not unveiled to me. But while I stood and watched I saw movements in the water and finally could recognise some frogs. What I found uplifting and gratyfing for no special reason, “life wins” I thought, and don’t know why.
I hope you like the music – may we all face a bearable and successfull new week.