Oh hoorah for sunny days, that feeling at you wake up and hear the birds singing and feel the sunshine coming through the window.
It gave me that hope that despite the freezing weather and rain spring might be on the way. The nights are getting a little lighter every night, and the buds are starting to peep through the ground. And then the snow came, it is forecast again for tonight and I have everything crossed it does not settle. Although if there is a good time for snow to settle, half term is it. At least I wont be risking life a limb to get the boys to school through our winding roads.
When we set of on a LONG weekend walk last week the sunshine was glorious, yet we were still squelching through muddy fields. There is a long way to go until the ground starts to dry out. Poor old Toby bearing the brunt of it, with his little legs he is so near to the ground. Much to his disgust he always needs a bath when we arrive home.
Here are some of my fave pictures, it’s a new route for us. And I love that excitement of discovering new perspectives, and being a lover of Highland Cattle I have to admit to feeling a tad giddy when I saw these gorgeous ladies.