Friday, 1 May 2009

That lusty month of May..............


"The month of May was come, when every lusty heart beginneth to blossom, and to bring forth fruit. For, like as herbs and trees bring forth fruit and flourish in May, in like wise every lusty heart that is any manner a lover, springeth, burgeoneth, buddeth, and flourisheth in lusty deeds. For it giveth unto all lovers courage, that lusty month of May" (Sir Thomas Mallory, Morte d'Arthur,c 1470)

And who am I to argue?:)

May already, the year seems to be hurtling by; it'a a beautiful day here, so will be going otuside for the morning very shortly to amke the most of it. Hope the weekend is as good. There are several projects I want to get up and running by the end of the summer - build a brick oven and or clay oven; sort out the cabin so I can maybe sleep out there occasionally, make it a little self-sufficient hide-away; make a cold smoker; set up and run a charcoal burner. I'd really like to spend more time outdoors, so aim to do so this year. Will try and conquer my unease about the dark.......

6 comments:

Eclectic Pink Rose said...

ooh, your own cabin getaway sounds heavenly!! You have quite a busy to do list. Me too, just have to get busy actually doing them. lol!
Have a super day!! ♥ Teresa

Melanie said...

I love the month of May, full of new life and hope.
Take Care
Love Melanie xxx

MrsL said...

Will do a post on the cabin soon, I'm all fired up about it again! LOL

MrsL

xx

MrsL said...

I've just been out smiling at the garden (whilst knitting ), but had to come in as it was too hot! :0

Tea with Willow said...

Gorgeous day here too! Blue skies, fluffy white clouds - just perfect! Am intrigued about the cabin idea - how fantastic to have a little hideaway - can't wait to hear more about it.

Am having a day in the garden today, as we have 2 new arrivals (poorly hen Treacle died on Monday .. so sad) - a couple of light sussex hybrid-types, will blog about them soon. Have a lovely weekend,

Willow x

MrsL said...

Sorry to hear about Treacle - it's always sad, even after 20+ years here.

MrsL
xx