A symbol of better times to come?

The Watermill at Posara for painting, creative writing, knitting, and Italian language holidays/vacations/workshops, Tuscany, Italy.

In this period of enforced incarceration, Lois and I are in our apartment in Florence, while Karsten is in solitary splendour of the Watermill, making sure everything is looking spruce and ready for our guests when our season eventually starts.

From time to time our gardener Flavio Terenzoni pops by to ensure that the millstream is behaving itself and the gardens are not getting unruly. Yesterday he gave the lawn a trim for the first time this year.

While he was checking the millstream, he took the picture above of the primroses blossoming there. We hope they are a symbol of better times to come.

I made one of those fun Facebook slideshows of these pictures and more, which you can see by clicking here.

The Watermill at Posara for painting, creative writing, knitting, and Italian language holidays/vacations/workshops, Tuscany, Italy.
Daffodils in the Watermill walled garden. Picture Flavio Terenzoni
The Watermill at Posara for painting, creative writing, knitting, and Italian language holidays/vacations/workshops, Tuscany, Italy.
First trim of the season. Picture Flavio Terenzoni.
The Watermill at Posara for painting, creative writing, knitting, and Italian language holidays/vacations/workshops, Tuscany, Italy.
Spring is springing along the river. Picture Flavio Terenzoni

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