One of the first of a the series of doodles which I began recently and which I am still engaged with.
In The High Street, a small baby in a very modern basket all buckles and blankets. The mother places it tidily in the back of a five door VW and then, following a practised procedure, arranges a larger child in the car and collapses the push chair in which it was sitting and adds that to the payload. It is all done with great precision, one might almost say craftsmanship.
A little sun after the rain and the weeds shoot up. Fortunately I have been busy with the hoe despite the bad weather and very few weeds persist. It is a bearable chore to eliminate those which I do with swift movents of the hoe. Nothing more satisfying thanthe rows of onions which Lucy sent from Brittany in the Spring, and which are now hoed and swelling elegantly under their green plumes.