And so begins life without Springwatch. :(
Still Autumnwatch is on in September. :D
Been competing with my mum about the birds on our feeder.
Mum: I see your Goldfinch and raise you a Chaffinch
Me: I see your Chaffinch and raise you a Greenfinch
Mum: I see your Greenfinch and yesterday we had a pair of Great Tits feeding their chicks with food from our table.
Me: :unimpressed: you win.
Didn't you tell her about the puffin and pteradactyl?
Saving that for a special ocassion. :lol:
I finish my phased return to work today so next week it's back to full time.
Exciting day at school as the new house system is officially launched and Robyn takes on her role as house captain.
I finish at 12.30 then I'm going snow tubing with all the kids that applied for leadership roles.They are being rewarded by the school for their hard work.
Mum and Dad are home Sunday and I can't wait to hear about their trip!
lucy loves springwatch she was so intrested in the tv when the little (oh my gosh my mind has gone blank it was carrying baby rabbits to feed its young)
i have to work today and had a headache since yesterday :(
No college today as my only lesson was Spanish and my teacher was off :)
Getting impatient for these eggs and there is another 5 weeks!
Going to see eldest son do his the reenactment of the battle of Hasting last today, then of to work at 5.pm. I have just spent 1 hour on Wii fit need to lose 7lbs before my hoilday.
Going clothing shopping tomorrow to get the kids some new summer items for our holiday, just hope we can find some nice bits.
Mum,Dad and Aunty back for holiday today.
I'm eating chocolate. :sigh:
been to work for a few hours, just been adding a few new bits in my suitcase then back to work at one :thumbsdown:
and everytime i go to get some dollars a bill comes through the letter box :thumbsdown: nevermind payday in a fortnight
Apart from getting our hols booked and being excited about that, it's been a fraught and tiring week with puppy Basil. Just got back from the vet at the Dogs Trust, where I rehomed him from, and she seemed a lot more understanding than my regular vet, and they'll be treating him now as the Trust will be footing the bill. She understood why my vet had been so pessimistic about Basil's prognosis, but that she wouldn't have put it that way, and there's a lot can be tried before it would come to the worst case scenario. He may have arthritis, but if they can control the pain that's not too bad. I feel a little better because I'm a bit more informed. Met one of Basil's siblings (we had to decide between him and Basil when we chose) on the way out though and he's way bigger than Basil! Healthy and even pretty well trained! Oh well :unsure: Starting him on a different food today and hope it will help with the tummy troubles.
Waiting for Mr Deb to come home early this afternoon, and if the weather stays nice we'll be cooking and eating outside. Lamb kebabs are marinating and I'm about to make some humous and salads. Yum! :yes: