It's been a lovely sunny morning, although I can see some dark clouds rolling in now, so I spent some time in the greenhouse sowing some early flower seeds - geranium, sweet peas, lobelia - and some red cherry tomatoes. Now they're sitting on one of the the kitchen window sills. We're blessed with wonderfully deep window sills in the old part of the house, ideal for seedlings.
Then I got some soup on the go, for my poor husband who left for the local hospital over two hours ago, having been advised by the duty doctor to go there to get some antibiotics for a nasty ear infection that's made his face and ear swell up. He can't open his jaw very well, so soup should be just the job.
And, just to prove how sunny it's been this morning, here's Rosie sunning herself by the french windows in the lounge. It's a tough life being a cat.
This afternoon I intend to relax with some hand sewing, quilting with Number 8 perle cotton, which is quick to do but jolly hard on the fingers.