My cousin is a very talented craftsman. Woodturning, in particular. Last year I saw a website the most beautiful wooden biscuit cutter I’d ever seen. A few weeks ago while I visiting him, he handed me one that he made. By hand. Just for me. It is completely gorgeous. Made from mesquite wood. I made biscuits with it the other day, and they were as gorgeous has his handmade cutter. I can’t thank him enough. But I shall try. Thank you, Rick!
The garden is turning green. Chives are in ample supply, and I’m cutting them as fast as they grow back. Asparagus is in season again, so we’re eating it fresh. It’s very good for diabetics. Controls blood sugar levels. The tulips are almost (although darned slowly) ready to bloom, and Peder is threatening them with the bin if they don’t turn inside out and jump circles with glorious colour soon. The daffodils from last year are nearly all blind. The bin for those. Space is too precious to grow daffodils that don’t set blossoms. The rockery is beautiful as this time of the year. Blues and pinks in blankets of alpine coverage.
What’s happening in your garden this week? I’d love to hear from you.