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Monday, 11 December 2017

As I don't ~have~ to go out today

I won't.  The prospect of staying at home and messing with fabric is far more attractive than defrosting the car.  As we've not had rain or snow there is, thankfully, very little ice around but minus four is still bloomin' freezing!



Both Management and I have walked Daisy today, and played with her on the lawn.  So that's two walks, three games of ball and some mad chasing up and down the hall inside - about time she settled down for a snooze!




Blurry picture because the car was a little iced up inside as well as out!

11 comments:

  1. It's lovely and sunny here today but I haven't been out yet to test the temperature. I think after two walks, three ball games and running round the hall I'd be joining Daisy - she looks lovely and snug in her den :)

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    1. Cheers Eunice, what you cannot see from the angle of this picture is that her crate is pushed right up against a radiator :)

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  2. My husband has just told me it ws -7 when he went out this morning .... gah - no wonder it felt so cold when Moss and I went out into the garden. We had snow over the weekend and it has now frozen solid and crunchy - sharp for little dog feet. :(

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    1. Oh poor chap, -7 is absolutely not funny at any timne, let alone when you have to get to work.

      Poor Miss Moss - hope there are no hurty paws.

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  3. Very little snow just a few flakes here buy icy cold. Daisy had the right idea.

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  4. Hope you've had an enjoyable day playing with fabric, maybe reading in front of the fire & generally feeling snuggly warm. Take care.

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    1. Thanks Susan, I did all the things you suggested and very nice it was too!

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  5. We defrosted the car yesterday and it was minus four degrees on our display. It was icy underfoot on our walk and after another very cold night last night, I'm not venturing out today either.
    Daisy looks very content after her exercise. Enjoy your needlework Jayne, you're very wise to stay indoors in the warmth.

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  6. I look forward to seeing the outcomes of your fabric day. Jx

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    1. Thanks Jan, so far it is nothing more exciting that lots of strips sewn together in sets. They'll subsequently be cut up and resewn and probably messed around with quite a bit more before there's anything to reveal :)

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