A bit chilly.
My cottage feels a bit chilly because I had my bedroom windows open during the night. We went up at 3:30 am so the dogs (especially Sune) could do their business and then we went to bed again. It was so cold that all dogs wanted to join me in bed I couldn’t fall asleep again so I went downstairs and looked at the thermometer.
I’m sad to say that I wasn’t surprised to see that it was rather cold, only 3,5 C (38,3 F). It is way to early to have those temperatures yet. I actually think it had been even colder out by the fields, our breaths came out as thick smoke But there are great advantages having these cold mornings too, the grass will grow much slower and flies will end their season earlier. Mosquitoes however doesn’t seem to care about that.
I’m going to the plant swapping day later and even if I have lots of plants I can bring I do have a small problem. The Magpies have removed all name tags and many of the plants look alike while being small I do know a few of them so those I’ll bring but I’m not sure what to do with the rest. I guess I’ll have to make a new flowerbed and plant everything there and see what they’ll become next summer
Like always there were no sign of life in any of the homes I passed this morning but still I could feel the small of newly baked bread. I guess someone has one of those baking machines that was so popular years ago. I’ve seen they still sell them but I don’t know a single person that owns one. I did once however but one morning they woke up and went down to the kitchen just to see that the machine was burning, they never got a new one
It’s time for some breakfast for me as well, not newly baked bread though even if I could make some scones. Perhaps I should, warm scones with cheese and jam is rather nice