This week, we've had to keep reminding ourselves that it's still only March. We have all of April and May to get through before summer arrives. Only then will we be able to set plants out in the vegetable garden and get the growing season started.
Sunrise in the vineyard a few days ago. These spindly trees have taken over an abandoned parcel of vines.
A daffodil in our back yard
Thyme in the greenhouse, ready to be planted outdoors
Above and below, a street-side flower bed in the town of Azay-le-Rideau
Yesterday the weather forecaster on Télématin put it this way: "Today will feel like springtime. [She was right.] Tomorrow will feel like summer. [I hope so.] Friday will feel like autumn. And the weekend will remind you of winter." Something to look forward to...