|The pond is brim-full and still the rain falls.|
|Puddles on the drive.|
|The 'waxies' get a re-coat of the protective wax.|
Michael also said that a cold May is a good omen and a sign that we are in for a hot summer.
The cry of the curlew bird is usually a sign that we are in for heavy downpours but the postman has noticed a lack of them recently.
He also said that the fact that animals are not venturing to the upper plains of Donegal means that the good weather could be here to stay".
|A lovely dark Delphinium drips after the|
|Dark purple buddleia. The bees love it but I've not seen any|
butterflies on it yet.
|Up to their trotters in muck and mire.|
|The bees found the buddleia at last.|
|This (deliberately) poor address still made it.|
|Hen and Two still go off to roost in the gap where they hatched.|