Thursday, March 29, 2012


And they smelled delicious. I have never seen so many, not even here at Trent Park. The poor students are being moved out to Hendon. Not quite the same: a bit grey in comparison.
Daffodils always seem like curious nineteenth-century ladies pointing their bonnets in different directions- a whole load of nosy parkers minding everyone else's business. Just imagine the racket if this lot could talk!
Today's news is that The Cafe of Tiny Kindnesses has unexpectedly shown up- will have copies next week.

1 comment:

Wilky of St Albans said...

The Trent Park Daffs were a local wonder when I was growing up just down the road from there in the 70s. This was before it was a managed park. Good to see they are still going strong. Also worth noting next time you drive up Stagg Hill (which you probably don't do that often) is the well defined Daffodil Border between Barnet and Enfield. You can see who had the bulb budget and who didn't. I'm rambling....