Tuesday, 8 February 2011

Snap-shot of a February Day

Posted by Rosie

I did the last one of these in January so time for a February update:

Outside my window - I can see the cats sitting on the car and everything shining in the sunshine now the mist has cleared.  It looks like it's going to be a really lovely day.

I am thinking - that if I write this quickly I can get out and do some more digging in the veg patch. 

From my kitchen - I can see a pile of washing up (the dishwasher is broken) so I must do that as well ... oh and start the Lancashire Hot Pot we are having for dinner tonight.

I am wearing - very dirty clothes!! 13 piglets and 3 big pigs hold no respect for clean clothes.

I am going - to organise a Scrabble/Boggle evening with a friend who wants to play.  Simon, his sister and I played Scrabble at the weekend after a bit of a gap and it was great fun.

I am reading - The Man who  lives with Wolves - very easy reading but I am planning to go back to something in French afterwards.

I am hearing - nothing.  All the visiting dogs have gone home, the cats have fallen asleep on top of the car and peace reigns.

Around the house - we have new lights in the kitchen so now we can actually see properly once it gets dark.

One of my favourite things is - books.  I always have at least one that I am reading and I am forever dipping in out out of reference books.

And here is my picture for thought - "If winter comes, can Spring be far behind?" (from Ode to the West Wind by Shelley) ... to which I add, if Spring is coming then Summer must be on it's way too!!

 

PS - Note to Perpetually in Transit - we've had a bit of a play with the text and font - more details are in the comments hereIs that any better?

2 comments :

  1. Much better, thanks :-) The black is best, but the green is much more readable now the font is a bit bigger. I really appreciate your response to my previous comment.

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  2. I'm glad it's a bit better and you can still keep up with what we are up to.

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