Our Gorse bush in the front has started to bloom. I took a branch and added it to my pussywillow that I had discovered on a lovely long walk last week. They are now leaning on my polar bear that I have stationed on the top of my desk. He's my little tribute to one of my favourite fairytales; East O' the Sun, West O' the Moon.
Isn't he sweet? He looks like he's sparkling with snow!
This is our kitty enjoying a semi-sunny afternoon, perched high up on our stairs out the back. I love the way she squints her eyes and looks like she's smiling. That's her contented expression and it's usually accompanied by a soft purr. Have I mentioned I love cats? Her name is Cinder, by the way (kind of like Cinderella :) ) but we always call her Kitty.
Some happy pansies Mum has in our kitchen.
These flowers are really neat. They grow on a bush out in our front garden and they look like little white fairy bells. When I was little I tried to see if they rang by gently shaking them. If they did, I couldn't hear them.
And this is my little sister's harp. She plays it very well and I love to hear its beautiful melodies. There's something truly lovely about a harp.