What a beautiful day , way hey! . Not only was it a blissful day , my last day in April ended with pleasing news. Having a great conversation with someone new in my life . A brand new advisor of the financial kind. You just know when someone fits your psyche like a glove. Yep I’m quite happy with my chat and with my wife’s friend recommending them. I believe it or not I tend their office gardens . I just didn’t think of these guys. I’m there now that’s the main thing .
Today was really environmentally pleasing to my eyes, heart and soul. I feel a little bit whacked today though after a stressful week of all sorts of little creases making me feel a little bothered. Thank goodness I only had one little pond cleaning job on . This is a little job I’ve had for some years in Hillside , Southport. .
I was greeted by the customers little jack Russell dog named Phoebe. A very special moment as she made a fuss of me and me her. Arh.. sweet .
Today as I drove to other destinations. I drove past Hesketh Park and I thought I must go there as the trees and wildflowers looked divine.
Hmm .. was it a missed opportunity to take in a little nature? No ! I can do it again. Though as my journey continued I saw the most gorgeous sight as I drove ever closer to the edges of Rufford Park Woods. I was simply blown away by its beauty as the trees were starting to spurt with life. This is the same place where the biggest and best handkerchief tree is growing. Oh what a joy. And a photo opportunity missed there too . Sometimes one is unable to stop because the flow traffic. The mystic vision of the newest growth on all the trees of different sizes and varieties. Standing firm with the masterful trunks of strength and maturity .
There is a little history here as the site ,as there was once a country house on the plot of land built by the Hesketh’s in 1760 or there about’s.
The Hesketh’s created Rufford Park with and Deer park and Stone wall surrounds the park.
These days, the hall has been turned into residential dwellings .
From 1920 to 1987 it was used as a hospital.
Now private housing.
The history about the place is quite interesting if your into local history.
A moment taken being in Mawdesley. I took this photo of more trees and grandparents of nature 💚✳️.
Do you have a favourite place or nook in nature that you love?
What in nature gets you wondering and wishing?.
And here a May Flower 🌸.
Sending hugs from me and nature 💚✳️🌟🤗
and ever green 💚✳️♻️🌟
Positively Adrian x
🤜All Words written in own experiences 🤛