The change of clocks to allow for daylight saving brings a whole new perspective on life. For one thing it extends the possibilities for photography and opens up new opportunities for being outdoors. The chickens start to lay every day without hesitation and Fortnum and Mason will extend their sniff patrol hours to keep us safe at home. MT comes home from work in daylight and generally the world seems a better place for being lighter and brighter.
All I need now is some consistently good weather but I fear that that would be asking too much. Along with the winds Spring brings one good day and then a not so good day. Planning is a mugs game that can usually lead to disappointment. It’s the season to take each day as it comes, enjoy what we’ve got and have a wet and dry agenda ready to go so you can make the most of whatever the day turns out. Wet or dry I am loving the extra light and the knowledge we’ll be saving light for months to come.