After deliveries, I put the dogs in the car and took off for our very favourite walk.....such a wonderful idea. There was no one else there at all (why??) and the hills were quiet and still in the sunshine. Late wild flowers lay everywhere...harebells, trefoil and these beauties
wild purple scabious, scattered abundantly in the deep green grass. The Boer War memorial is being renovated just now, scaffolding all over it. That's our usual halfway resting place, so today we sat on a handily placed fallen tree instead to look at this amazing view...
it's one I never tire of, one that changes with each day...they say that you can see 5 counties from here on a clear day. I believe it. Glorious.
We spent a long time up there and then wended our way back via the woods. I feel so full of September if that makes sense....the clearness, the brightness, the cleanness, the newness. It restores something in me, renews spirit and replenishes inspiration.
The great news is that Gwilym has found his new home, so this was one of my last walks with him. We'll miss him but are so pleased that he'll soon be settled and loved forever.
My giveaway is coming very soon - putting the finishing touches to it, so happy new month and watch this space! xo