It is always the same. I start a task with great gusto and then gradually the enthusiasm fades. What makes this far worse is that I shout about all the wonderful things I am going to do and then I have to confess that I was distracted. So here goes, the Great Photo Archive Project has slipped behind schedule. In truth there wasn’t actually a schedule so in that respect I am blameless. Perhaps I am being a little soft on myself. I did say I was going to finish it before I go back to gardening in February. This milestone has stopped creeping up on me and now broken into a gallop. A little discipline is needed, it is time to knuckle down and have another look at what went before. With only a slight sigh, and an unnatural urge to clean the oven, I have worked my way through another few files. Which was quite lucky as on my travails I have found another photo for you to enjoy. This is Hoya carnosa, the porcelainflower, belonging to the lovely Lavinia and Lionel. Even little old me, with my dreadful sense of smell, was intoxicated with the heady scent that filled their conservatory when these nectar dripping flowers were blooming. What is more Lav gave me a cutting so I could share the joy. Lucky, lucky me!