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Peaches & Maple: Here comes the sun

Tuesday, 12 March 2013

Here comes the sun

 This past week I haven't really been myself. I've been kind of tired, irritable and a bit sad. Not for any particular reason - there is absolutely nothing tangibly wrong in my life. It just so happens that I get that way sometimes and I've just got to ride the wave. 
And this morning when I woke up I was relieved to find that the wave had finally brought me to shore and I wasn't tired, irritable or sad. I was just calm and content and me. 
I think maybe the crappy weather we've been having had a little bit to do with my mood. I could never live somewhere where the sun doesn't shine so brightly as it does here, where the sky isn't as clear and unbelievably blue. 
Taking full advantage of the sun's very welcome return, coffee and camera in hand, I took myself outside and snapped a few shots of my garden....
 The tropical potted garden out the front is going very nicely so far, I'm thinking a few hanging pots will liven things up out there a bit more. 


 And the silver lining to all these clouds we've had is that my cottage garden out the back seems to have sprung to life again.



And it makes me happy that I can zip outside and bring in a pile of big fluffy roses to pop around the house.
How's the weather in your neck of the woods?

Cas x

16 Comments:

At Tuesday, March 12, 2013 , Blogger In The Night Sky said...

Glad to hear you are feeling a bit brighter :) I need a little light and shade in my life so I'm happy we are getting a cool change and a rest from the sun today!

 
At Tuesday, March 12, 2013 , Blogger lou lou said...

so happy to hear you have a spring in your step again.
There is absolutely no therapy like sunshine for that happy hormone :)

x L

 
At Tuesday, March 12, 2013 , Blogger Angels have Red Hair said...

I totally agree....there is nothing more depressing than dark and dismal day after day...glad your feeling perkier now :0)

 
At Tuesday, March 12, 2013 , Blogger beachcomber said...

a lack of sunshine affects my mood too.. sounds like it's been wet for a long time up there.
it's hot here today, looking forward to a bit cooler weather.
your garden is looking lovely!
x

 
At Wednesday, March 13, 2013 , Blogger bec said...

I agree it's so nice to have our sunshine back. your garden is so beautiful you must be very proud of your efforts. I know what you mean about the downers....but know I will come through it on a high! I recently felt the same, put it down to the constant rain, all my travelling and juggling 2 jobs whilst dealing with teenagers!
glad I found you again!
Bec x

 
At Wednesday, March 13, 2013 , Blogger Deanne Langford said...

Definitely sick of the rain here too- nice we seem to have a bit of sunshine of late!

 
At Wednesday, March 13, 2013 , Blogger Sonia LifeLoveandHiccups said...

What a gorgeous way to wake up hun. Glad the sunshine is back in your life :) xx

 
At Friday, March 15, 2013 , Blogger Michelle Lisle said...

Hi Cas, So glad you're feeling better.....there is a name for feeling down when the weather changes and there's a lot of dark sky and rain and not much sun, it's called 'seasonal atmospheric depression ' or sad (first letter from each)....my Dad suffers with it and that's why he takes off to Exmouth every year...so he doesn't have to go through winter here as it gets very cold and wet and there are days where there's just nothing to do......So I'm glad you were feeling better and got out in the sunshine and around your plants and took some lovely pictures....there's something about being around nature that is calming in itself.....I believe it's because we were always meant to live sort of outdoors and definitely not in big cities where it's all concrete..that in itself can become depressing and that's why I traded city life for country life.....take care Cas...you know where I am...xo

 
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