I rescued these ox-eye daisies this morning before the chap sent by the landlord arrived to strim around the property. This place is a haven for wildflowers and it is a shame they will all be cut down by the strimmer, though it’s also good to see the property looking neat, and the wild flowers will grow back soon enough. There are wild strawberries all over the place, and I found some raspberries too and lots of blackberries, though I try(!) to keep them confined to the area around the gate.
This week I have been working on the annual accounts for Field of Merit, the charity that Sitting Buddha Hermitage operates from. Doing the figures is the easy bit for me as I have an aptitude for maths, and Rev. Master Peter taught me how to do charity accounts when we worked together in the Bursary at Throssel. The part that doesn’t come so naturally to me is finding the words with which to write the trustees annual report. But it is gradually taking shape, and my fellow trustees, Rev. Master Mugo and Rev. Wilfrid, will help to make it readable and informative.
Hot day here and my brain turns to mush in the afternoons so that’s all for now.