Here's my five for this week.
First, the Wisteria is starting to bloom on the garden fence, it is one of my favorite flowers, smells so sweet. It's starting to bloom around the trees out front too , but always looks prettier hanging over the garden fence.
Second is the white Azalea, it's always a little behind the others in blooming. I use to think that white flowers were boring, but I've come around to thinking they're beautiful.
Third is the new series, number 19, of Midsomer Murders has started streaming on Acorn and we watched the first episode last night, The Village That Rose From the Dead. There's a new Sgt. and a new dog, Sykes has retired. The Sgt. is ok and the dog looks like he's going to be great. So far we like this a lot better than the last series.
Fourth is the thrill of discovering that a book series you've been reading finally has a new book coming out. I love the Longmire series by Craig Johnson about a sheriff and his friends in Wyoming and I've had the latest book in the series An Obvious Fact for a while, but I've held off on reading it because I didn't know when the next one in the series would be out. Found out it will be out in September (The Western Star) so I can go ahead and read this one. I'm also a big fan of Elly Griffiths Ruth Galloway books and her latest, The Chalk Pit just came out in England and I couldn't wait for it to come out here in May so I ordered it from Amazon UK. I recommend both of these series highly, two very different settings, Wyoming and Norfolk UK, and very different characters, but both so well written.
And finally, my fifth. I'm going to let the picture do the talking.
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