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Stillness after storm

Hi all,
Well we had some wind yesterday but it was not so bad I made sure most was tied down but we had a wee bit of stuff that needs sorting. We had a small shower of rain to water the plants and now we are back to the sun. It amazed me how the birds were still going at the seed I put out yesterday. The wee ones could hardly fly in the wind and it was pretty strong for any to be out in it but they were determined to eat and were amazing to watch as they got blown from one direction to another but still managed to keep their balance and land on a branch that was waving 10 times faster than the royal family in their carriage. Definitely a lesson for us all to learn. Without a certain amount of balance and determination no doubt they would have been blown against a wall or something. They all got fed and survived.:-) Faith and focused intent was all they needed. Today its easy for them. The wind has gone.
Ironing is done and weeding to be done. But first my breakfast.Everyone else is fed.
Hope those who stayed enjoyed themselves. I see every ones tents are still in one piece I did keep my eyes open in case of emergency but all is well.Even the dogs are chilling with a bone.
Safe journey on wards to those travelling today hope the midges keep away.
Blessings Deborah


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