This plot used to have a house. It’s gone, replaced by a big hole in the ground. It amuses me there is a house number (and a mailbox) hanging on the construction fence.
Every Friday, my colleagues who have cats get together at one person’s desks and talk about our cats. Since my boss is included in these meetings (though she’s not pictured here), I have no guilt about attending. Cat Chats are one of the few things that’s actually better in quarantine…because we actually get to meet each other’s cats!!
In preparation for a recording an activity video for work, I tried making a batch of butter in the food processor today. Here are the results.
All the rhododendron bushes in our yard are showing signs of these lovely purple blooms coming our way.
These UPS trucks are NOT practicing social distancing!
Just like me, Ferrous was pleasantly surprised at the sunny weather today.
I have taken many pictures of the violets that appear in our lawn, but I can’t help myself. I just adore them.
This is the set up I ultimately wound up with while trying to figure out how to film today’s activity for work. The tablet should be on top of the chair…I had just put it where it is to watch what I’d recorded so far. Keep an eye on my workplace’s Facebook page to see the result.
Doug generally works in the living room, so I’ve taken over the loft. My tablet is set to play some music, and the notebook is where I can jot down ideas as they come to me. If you look very very carefully, you can also get a peek of one of the first ideas for a new turtle tank design.
Every time I go into the guest room, I tell Oliver “It’s so strange that you’re here, in my house!” He’s been here before, but only overnight. Having him for an extended stay is just weird. At least for me. I hope he doesn’t mind.