Last night on the One Show (six days left to watch that episode) there was a segment on bluebells. Did you know the UK is the only place in the world that has these kind of bluebell woodlands? (Or maybe I got that wrong). Apparently 50% of the world's bluebells are in England. And this is the time of year for them.
These shots were from last year (and yes: that is a yellow raincoat: granted, a really pale one. It's a favourite oldie: I nearly lost it when I had lunch in Boca Raton with my lovely lovely friends Pret and Stephanie and came back the next day and had a really sweet experience getting it back.) And Mr. Dot saw these shots - which he took btw - and said 'what's that thing hanging down from your ass?' It's not a tail: it's some kind of scarf I had used as a back-tie belt. What was I thinking.
Speaking of sweet experiences, we're off for the weekend to see friends sing & play in the Kent countryside, but first: I could swear I saw a bluebell woodland near Sabine's gorgeous country house a fortnight back, so we're going to go bluebell foraging. It's raining now so no time to swim first. What are your plans? Hope they're lovely everyone! xox