And some of this too. Angus loves to snuggle on the bed but he is totally crap at it. It's elbows to the nose and feet to the kidneys all the way.
Which reminds me of this meme, which always amuses me because it's true, for some dogs at least.
We've been staggering outside for little walks and up to the block too, just a bit later when the air is warmer. We had a bit of a rainy one up at the block the other day. Man, drying off four Labs by toweling them off is better than a gym workout!
We know that spring is just around the corner because the Wattles, Hakeas and Lucerne trees are all flowering. I just love the cascading habit of the Lucerne trees.
The bees love them too. It's good to know we can help them get through the winter by having so much early-flowering goodness available for them.
I managed to write my novel words all last week so am very proud of myself for keeping that going, snot and all. Music playing had to be curtailed to pure music as any attempts to sing caused coughing, but I did play every day, still, lyre and guitar most days. Am currently practicing my version of Jabberwocky so that I can be ready to video it for you, and have started work on a composition of my own about Odin and his horse, Sleipnir. I have the chorus and one musical bridge worked out nicely but the verses, both lyrics and music, need more work.
I did manage to keep up with my baking. Rosie likes to sit right next to where I do my mixing in case anything yummy falls off the counter, but she ended up in the exactly the wrong place the other day when I got a bit wild with the flour.
We had to miss Fireys this weekend due to the attack of the snot-monster but I did manage to get Sawyers Valley Volunteer Bushfire Brigade's website news done for the month. If you'd like to see what we've been up to, go here.