View through the back door, with snowdrops and crocuses just starting to show
and look at those funny plant support thingies, which we'd quite like to remove, but they are so intertwined with jasmine it will be quite difficult.
View through the kitchen window, with a very soggy bird feeder hanging from the pergola
and an ashtray on the kitchen windowsill, with pegs and paperclips (see if you can guess why they are there).
The view through the lounge window onto a very soggy and unkempt front garden, but also a few daffodils starting to poke their heads above ground.
And in the lounge, on the mantel shelf, our Valentines day cards, we celebrate Valentines Day on 3rd Feb instead of 14th, as that's the day I moved in with the Green Man twenty seven years ago.
The view through the bedroom window onto the spare parking area where we keep our bins and recycle boxes, and currently one of the kitchen bar stools which broke and is waiting to be transported to the tip.
A selection of bottles and potions in the en-suite shower room.
The view through my studio window over the wet rooves of the eastern side of Warminster
and a couple of little plastic containers on my windowsill, one with a conker and another with a stone, just because.
Finally a view of the rather unkempt and soggy garden, taken through the conservatory window
and a trug full of broken egg shells (guesses again?).
So, there you have it, from a wild, windy, wet Wiltshire on Wednesday, my monthly window views combined with