Snow in January!

Snow in our part of the south east of England is fairly uncommon & in many years we may see no snow at all. So it was quite a surprise to look out of the window this morning & see snow falling – not a lot, admittedly, but enough to warrant a photograph.

This photo shows a section of our garden under a light dusting of snow. It’s too cold to do much outside, so I’ll take this opportunity to catch up on some sample labelling & assembling – not a task I enjoy but one that has to be done.

One Response to “Snow in January!”

  1. Tricia Cook says:

    Hi Jenny,
    Loved to hear about your Eucalyptus, I only realised this last year how useful trees can be in the dyeing process, I was looking into natural dyeing for the first time and a huge branch from our Weeping Willow came down. I peeled some of the chunky bark away and was able to get the most beautiful tan colour I could ever imagine. The thing that amazed me more than anything though was the smell, it was so fresh, it smelled of soap. I suppose it must be the PH but I had never experienced anything like that before.
    We had snow here too, I didn’t know you lived in the South East, I live in Kent, are you near by. Best Wishes for the New Year, Tricia