So far today I have: stopped the virus checker nagging that it's about to expire by paying for another year; cleared all the empty tin cans off the draining board, squashed them flat and put them in the recycling bag; and put a load of laundry on to wash. (I have also let Aimee in and out through the back door numerous times, though that doesn't really count as work.) The weather is a proper April day: cloudy and windy, but the air is soft and mild and smells of new things growing. Perhaps we'll get a proper spring this year instead of just slamming straight from cold dreary winter into summer?
Right now I'm sitting upstairs in my study with Aimee on my lap, taking a moment to decide what to do next. I think a day of tackling small niggly tasks would be good because that will mean I can cross a lot of things off and I'll feel I've made lots of progress. Tomorrow I will tackle one of the many assignments whose deadlines are looming.
In the meantime, here are a few photos I took yesterday...
I thought this one should be titled I pickeded you a flower, but I'm not sure you deserve it.
Aimee comes to see why I'm sitting on the ground.
The trees in our back garden are getting quite large now. Buds are just showing. Summer can't be far away!