Posted: 12/12/2016 at 15:03
Started off very grey here but the sun was out by noon. Unfortunately, it's gone grey again now. We have been to the PO with the last of the Sag birthday cards and all the UK and some Belgian Xmas cards only to find they have run out of stamps for Europe. Each card had to have an individually printed vignette...........
Good job we only needed stamps for 14 of them.
Then we raided the SM at Luçon for kitten food and cat milk and dog chews and found some luscious marrow bones for the canines. Rather fancied some lamb's liver but they didn't have any so it'll be Thai prawns and noodles for dinner instead. They had some of the biggest capons I've ever seen and some poulardes which, apparently, are fattened chickens. Big 'uns. Anyone recommend them?
OH is now walking the canines while I go and steam the kittens again. Just once a day now as Cosmos still sneezes occasionally. Other than that, they are looking bonny now and firing on all cylinders.
Joyce - what a lovely neighbour to have. Not so sure about the "friend" though.
Clari - I don't like tea except for an occasional Assam or Darjeeling about twice a year so yes, you can overdose!
DD - congrats for your Xmas fair. Good luck with the bank man.
Busy - well done to you too. I hope all your greenery lasts well.
PDoc - drag yourself out for a walk and then sit with your daylights on. Hope you perk up.