Sunny days amidst the grey drear: a couple of weeks ago we had friends staying so we took the opportunity of taking them on the local tourist trail. The weather was stunning the one day when visiting Domme, reminding us why we live here!
Distant views showing the flooded valley, we’ve had loads of rain this year:
View from Domme:
Unlike past times when we held huge Burns Nights, this year we had 2 quiet celebrations, one was lunch on the actual day and one the day after for our visiting friends, where Graham read out the Tam o’ Shanter by candlelight….
Certainly now, with the temperature well below zero (-8º last night) we are also wondering why we live here!! Today it’s gloriously sunny again after a week of miserable grey dreich weather.
I’m still colour sketching, as I have no time for anything else, however it will be nice to have some fodder for use later.
Lastly, a pic of dear old Meggie after a wet walk; sadly she has developed epilepsy after her near-death illness last year, possibly due to the toxins from particular strains of bacteria, and/or the drugs they pumped her with. Latterly her seizures happen more frequently ; anyway, it’s important that we live for each day and enjoy her company still. And who can resist her expressive face?