Palm fronds aren’t what one expects to see in the middle of the Channel on a miserable rainy day in April. Or on any day, really.
Look, even the trees are wearing sweaters!!
Leah thanks Arty for a good ride this afternoon
We made cookies today. Leah likes to roll hers into a smooth ball, and I like to leave them lumpy, so we split it. I still say mine are better.
Leah and I went for a walk in a park tonight before seeing a show at a small local theater. It was a strange park, with signs declaring it to be government property, and with lots of clearings that are obviously meant for weddings and such. At the far end of the park, a bridge was covered with cloth ribbons that twanged in the breeze, and there were giant ants (that turned out to be labelled as water striders) on the water.
Came into my office today to find two packages waiting on my desk for me, from a couple of the floor staff at work. A wonderful way to start the day.
This is Mia Ham. She came for my birthday party, along with a number of other furry and feathery friends. A good time was had by all.
For most people, stuff all over your desk means pens and files and empty coffee cups. For my coworker, it means this.
Poor daffodils. Some kind of strange white substance landed all over the ground and made them sad this morning. Maybe a fungus of some sort? At least it seems to have disappeared during the day.
It’s like someone tried to use pennies in the meter, then got disgusted and threw them on the ground when it wouldn’t work. Also, the shadow of the meter makes me think of Mickey Mouse (which, by the way, is impossible to type without singing the letters).