The lambs are getting bigger here in New Zealand, it’s the middle of spring and sheep are still a big part of our agriculture, even there seems to be just as many cows. And of course the calves are just as cute. We headed into the bush for a night away and drove by a paddock where the calves were still with their mothers. We loved watching how they watched us and then ran and hid behind their mothers.
With spring came the sneezes, pollen going crazy, our tiny house sits amongst birch trees. Every year I keep forgetting to try some homeopathic remedies before the pollen are flying. It’s not something I had to worry about, I’ve only started last year to have hayfever symptoms, such as sneeze attacks and dripping nose to the point of wondering if I can get dehydrated from losing that much liquid.
A few pills of antihistamines has Mr soon to be 11 sorted, I’m still resisting, my reactions seem to be not as bad.
As much as I would love to go outside in the amazing weather we’ve had over the last few days, taking it easy and playing it by ear, sniffing the wind and the pollen in it, has been good. Again, to go within and relax into the flow (carrying tissues :-)) is great. Hope the southern hemisphere readers is coping ok with spring hayfever and the northern hemisphere reader is enjoying hot soups.