A very intense red sky one morning last week. Red sky in the morning sailors taking warning.
|looking from the front door south east|
We have been experiencing absolutely delightful weather these last few days & I took Betty The Bike out for one last seasonal ride. It's a lie - remembering how to ride a bike can be a forgotten skill. I was quite wobbly & the hand brakes seemed to stick so that I ended up, just dragging my feet to stop. Plans are that next year I will do more bike riding ...
Nothing on either the mail or memo front, but I do have to report on some finds.
Found in my shopping cart; I shouldn't have but oh my goodness these are SOOO tasty. I'll say no more.
Found this in my Christmas scrapping stash! No idea how long I have had, but it's a Christmas card making booklet. I have ideas for this new found gem! I am still wafting back & forth on what I'll do for my December Daily, but this kit was a great diversion from that decision.
Found in the garden this last of the season rose in bloom. Ah memories!
In my next photo I am not showing you dirty kitty dishes but what caused shrieking, jumping, heart palpitations at about 4:45am when it is still very dark outside. I wandered into the kitchen which is lit with a small night light (for the cats) & what I saw made me jump about a million miles upwards & let out a shriek. A snake in my kitchen!!! On went the big overhead lights, while formulating all kinds of plans of what to do next but this is what I found;
not a snake but a piece of cord that the girls must have found & were playing with & then got bored with & left it just lying there! Turns out this piece of cord was from a pair of Mr Man's sweat pants that were in the laundry basket upstairs! Cats!
And speaking of Mr Man - he was busy installing two solar lights on either side of our gate; he had found them on sale a few weeks back but with all his business travel he only just had the time this weekend to install. Oh yes, he had his first eye injection shot with the new local doctor & he was quite impressed with her technique. She puts 4 drops of numbing agent into the eye, spacing each one out a minute apart.
Hoping everyone has a wonderful week ahead. Me, I'll be ploughing through a course required book; Mrs Dalloway by Virginia Wolf. So far, I am not enjoying but who knows it could just catch me by surprise.