Well, I think this is definitely March going out like a lion! If you look back at Noreen's entry last week, when all was springlike, and compare it to the snow and hail today! As I write there is a swirl of white outside my window, and the wind is raging (as I hope you can see here). And it seems as though the weather (amongst other things) put off all but three hardy souls from convening at the Bowls Club this morning,
Unfortunately Harriet has Covid, and so could not attend this morning. She has been working at home instead. She says, 'These are some wind damaged daffs. I don't usually pick so many as I like to see them outside but they had fallen over and were lying on the ground. I'll probably do a bit more on it later.'
Get well soon, Harriet!
Meanwhile, Carolyn has used Les's still life from a couple of weeks back to produce a drawing in pencil. She has also attempted the bergenia that is flowering well in her garden. She started outside, and then completed it indoors when it became too cold. She used watercolour pencils, but only partially wet them.
I have spent most of the week assembling flatpack bathroom furniture - not very creative! But I have got on somewhat with the Chairman's project - which you will remember is due to be presented at the last meeting at the Bowls Club on 28th April. The summer programme is also published on the Events page, thanks to Lesley for sending it to me, and to her, Sally T, Jackie and Sally P. for the work that has gone into it.
Send your contributions to Noreen next week, and have a good week until then.