Wednesday, 20 May 2020
Creeping Buttercup, Geese, and Crepes
On our morning walks lately I've been struck by how pretty the Creeping Buttercup looks. As you probably know Creeping Buttercup is a very invasive weed but originally it was sold as an ornamental plant. Once it takes a hold in your garden you will be fighting with it endlessly.
The first goose family we saw a couple of weeks ago now has half-grown goslings. They were having a nice nap when we walked by.
Last night we had what must be one of my favourite suppers...crepes filled with cottage cheese with a nice thick blueberry topping. Yum! We picked those berries last July. I still have several bags of them in the freezer and I'm hoping we don't run out before the new season begins.
Thanks for visiting today.
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