Monday, 10 March 2008

This is my garden after the storm.

8 comments:

Jaio said...

It's looking really like "Un temps de canard" which in french it means Ducks wheather to say a rainy wheather:-)
But what nice pictures about the birds and flowers!

Cheryl said...

Tku for dropping by...It certainly is duck weather.
I visited your blog unfortunately my french is atrocious...I must apologise.

Dawny P said...

It still looks stunning Cheryl -even it is 2 feet under water. At least the ducks are happy!! We've got away lightly here although it has been windy as anything. We panic a bit when the weather gets a bit on the rough side cos we have had a branch though one of the aviary roofs a couple of years ago and the inmates escaped!!!. There's an award for you on my blog as well xxx

Miranda Bell said...

Certainly nice weather for ducks and glad I got all the big gardening jobs out of the way last week and over the weekend whilst it was possible... what a day today! Am just hoping I get more sleep tonight than I did last night - the wind was incredible - was surprised we only lost 2 slates from our roof! I'm going to spend some time on my blog tomorrow as the forecast is still bad for here... happy blogging... Miranda

beckie said...

Oh Cheryl, hope you are alright! You've had nasty weather haven't you? The pictures look like we did a month ago. Still really cool here but supposed to warm a little then snow again on Friday! Will spring ever truly arrive?

Cheryl said...

Hi All

Well the weather is abit clamer today but high winds expected later. Yesterday was horrendous,the rain was frozen as it fell and so cold. The winds were only about 60mph here so we were lucky,
Tks for your messages.

Azziria said...

At least the ducks were enjoying it!

Q said...

Keeping you in my thoughts.
Duck weather for sure!
Sherry