The flowers in the middle are supposed to be red sunflowers but so far we haven’t seen any in bloom. The dry stuff sticking up on the right is heather (ljung) from last winter – there are a few new flowers so I didn’t have the heart to throw it away even though it doesn’t look very pretty.
I guess it is high time that I “come out” on the blog with what else is growing here in Brussels:
100 days left today and let’s hope that it will be more or less that and not a lot less – one of the reasons why I have kept quiet about it is because there is a risk of a premature arrival. So I am on medical leave and trying to take it as easy as possible at home, which means that I am keeping mostly a horizontal position reading, sleeping and … well, not much else!
We call him Sweet Pea for now, just like the tangle of flowers above, as I am Sweetie Pie according to O and P No 2 according to my French friend P No 1 who lives in Geneva. Lots of P[eas] 😉
So there you have it, the reason why the blogging has been very sporadic the past 6 months. The first 3-4 months I was just so low in energy, feeling nauseous, extremely hungry but no appetite, sleepy, etc. And now when I feel fine physically, I have to keep still and worry about Sweet Pea not staying inside for as long as he should.