@jmlincoln honestly it’s not been too bad all along in my area. Fortunately Cambridge is a university city so once the virus started to get had a big majority of people left. Parts of the country are being put into lockdown again as they have outbreaks but have been quite fortunate here. How about you? Are you doing ok?
All is well here. Just finding a new normal of wearing face masks. I am a homebody anyway and have always been cautious of germs. I have asthma and hate to get sick because when I do, it gets bad! So not much has changed in my own little world 🤷🏼♀️
@richard.spicer.7906 congratulations on your career change ☺️ wishing you every success 😊 I didn’t expect it to get this dark from any photos I’ve seen. Maybe the excess sun has moved it along more than it typically would? Hope yours gets a feed and rewards you next year 🤞🏼
Aw, thanks Kerry 😊, I’m looking forward to getting stuck in with the studying. Could be the weather - mine doesn’t normally get this dark. But I’ve got one flower which is now going pink so will see if it does the same 👍🏼
@richard.spicer.7906 can imagine it’s really rewarding getting to do something you’re passionate about ☺️ yours can’t be neglected you bad if it’s flowering 😉 hope it colours up for you before the cold sets in 🙂
@jeatacake most definitely has been a giver! And there’s still 3 new flower heads to pink up 😁 I think the rain has rotted the older ones a bit faster than if they’d kept dry. Mini umbrellas for them next year 🤣☂️
@richard.spicer.7906 I didn’t expect it to like it really, it’s a new plant and only a couple of flower heads have appeared. But they’re huge! It’s definitely one to watch as it changes colour. Hope yours gets a bit more love come September 😛