The seasons are changing, as the evenings draw in, we detect a chill in the air. I am blessed to have a house with a beautiful garden. I claim none of the credit for this. My good friend Pat looks after the garden for me. I think he does a rather good job! I think it is a tragedy that our planners no longer see a garden as essential for families with children. Anyway I thought I'd share a few of the highlights of my garden with you. I spend many hours here chilling out and enjoying the sound of the M1 and the Thameslink railway at the bottom of the garden.
There is so much beauty on our doorstep, make sure you don't miss it, walking past with your eyes fixed firmly on your latest tweets and texts. I was a tad disappointed that some local curmudgeons objected to a story in the local paper about a beautiful rainbow spied over Mill Hill last week. I happen to believe that if God is good enough to put all this natural beauty before our eyes, then it is downright rude and bad manners not to appreciate it. I've spent my life appreciating beauty and the fine things on our wonderful planet. I believe these are gifts to be shared and I truly feel very sad for anyone who doesn't understand that. So here is a little tour of my back garden!
Hope you enjoyed that. If you didn't, you really need to lift the cloud from your mind.