Thursday, September 15, 2011

Can you hear what I hear?



Ssshh are you listening?





I hope you can hear what I'm hearing.




No, don't turn up your volume.  I haven't added music to my blog.




It's just the gentle hum of the garden.




...half the time I don't even notice it but today....aahhh....it's blissful.




Thursday is my short day at work only 3 sessions -
75 children +
a parent or two per child +
some baby siblings +
some grandmas.

As you can imagine it does get noisy and most of the time I don't even notice but today it was


LOUD 

Fortunately it was all happy noises - no tantrums or crying just lots of laughter and chatter.   Isn't it amazing what a bit of sunshine can do to improve everyone's demeanour.

As happy as the noise was, I was more than ready to leave at 12.30 and come home to the quiet hum of my garden.




It really is quite perfect.


10 comments:

HAZEL said...

I often tell people to listen and cup my ear...they look puzzled. Then I say, 'Can't you hear it? It is the garden growing!" LOL

Jane said...

What a lovely place to come home to. hope you've had a peaceful afternoon Judith. Jane x

duchess_declutter said...

I'm sure you enjoy your Thursdays Judith! Your place looks lovely. cheers Wendy

Judith said...

Nothing nicer than sitting outside Hazel and watching the garden grow. Some people just don't "get it" tho.

Thanks Jane. It was a lovely afternoon. Perfect weather for sitting outside with a cuppa.

Judith said...

I love Thursday afternoon Wendy. I try not to do anything other than just come home and potter around. Absolutely wonderful.

Enchanted Moments said...

Hopefully we will come and add to the noise next week, too many sick kids this week...

Judith said...

Hope everyone is all better now. Look forward to seeing you and Little M this week. :-)

Lindsay @ Delighted Momma said...

Such a lovely backyard!! I need to get a wind chime for mine as well :)

Malay-Kadazan girl said...

Hope the garden make more music this week and do a lot of talking between plants. So they grow much faster. I wish new sprouted summer vegetables will grow much faster.

Judith said...

Thanks Lindsay - I did only photograph the tidy bits tho.

I haven't planted any summer veges yet M-K girl. Most get onto this weekend.

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