It was the month that I noticed the bearded iris around the village. I had never really spotted them before, maybe it's been a particularly good year but some of them have been stunning.
|After the rain|
|This has to be my favourite, such beautiful faded colours|
|Cross of St Jacques de Compostelloe|
Making the most of our new freedoms we went dog walking a couple of times at Château Sédières, a favourite of both us and Mortimer. We need to go back soon as the water lilies are just about to flower.
|Never one to miss an opportunity to paddle|
|One of many that need refurbishment|
|Poor Andrew spends a lot of time chiselling out the old granite walls for cables. It's tough work.|
|This one is for the garden guest suite|
|We needed to try this one out for size and fortunately it's perfect for the new dining room|
And of course we've both had haircuts which was such a relief, if not a slightly bizarre experience.
|Haircut in a bin bag and a mask|
|Fishing in the River Corrèze|
And of course the markets are back and we are enjoying the most wonderful vegetables.
So that was May. I will try really hard to not leave it quite so long until the next blog post. If you want to know what's happening on a slightly more regular basis then we'd be delighted to see you here on Facebook or have a look at our Instagram squares