Dear garden birds, Another letter to you – that’s three quite recently. I just want to say that it’s nice to hear you singing again – it’s been very quiet of late. Apart from one little blue tit on the peanut feeder, I haven’t seen you, but hearing you is a step in the right direction.
Dear magpies, Please can you sort out your differences more quietly, or at least lower your voices? You make quite a racket.
Dear Japanese anemones, I think I say this every year, but you are such lovely flowers and bloom for so long. As other plants are beginning to fade at this time of year you are still going strong.
Dear foxes, I haven’t seen you for ages, but I know you are around judging by the rubbish that was strewn around in our garden this morning.
Dear Alexander McCall Smith, I was so happy yesterday to discover that you have brought out two new Scotland Street books. I knew one was published recently, but I had completely missed the previous one. I have them downloaded onto my Kindle already – I can’t wait.
Have a good Friday everyone.