I've been suffering with Gardener's Withdrawal Symptoms recently. Haddock's has been so sodden that I dared not set foot on her hallowed ground.
Now (thank goodness) I've managed to rotovate throughout, and plant-up most of the seedlings that have been waiting so patiently under plastic. My problem now (unbelievably) is heat. We are expecting over 30 degrees C today (26C yesterday), and I'm worried that my young plants will frazzle (gardening lingo).
The nearest of the bushy cabbage plants, above, are Cauliflowers. I don't normally bother with them, but these half dozen plants look really healthy; maybe they'll surprise me.
Next job; weeding! Just look at all those bloody weeds. It's only fifteen minutes work, but it heralds a whole new season of regular hoeing.
The 3 hens are back to laying 3 eggs a day, and I have salads. There is still water in the taps, and electric light arrives when I flick a switch. All seems OK in the world (for the moment).