Sune needs to go outside every morning around 3:30, if I don’t get up and let him out he’ll do his business in my livingroom. I really can’t complain since he actually wakes me up and I don’t have to clean the floor later in the morning 🙂 But it’s impossible to fall asleep again, the air outdoors is so cold that I get clear awake as soon as it hits me 🙂
So I just goes up to my bed and sort of rests until my alarm clock starts alarming. I do hope that he’ll grow out of this behavior when he gets older, I can’t continue to be this tired every single day 🙂 🙂 🙂 But my dogs are happy, they all run out and they all run to see if there’s any deer food left on the ground. I wonder what it is in that food that makes dogs love it? They also love sunflower seeds and don’t hesitate to open the both sacks and eat straight out of them 🙂
As You know I now have three deers eating in my garden during the night. Doris the Doe, Lotta and a tiny third one. Lotta is nasty towards both her mother and especially towards the tint one, that from now on will be called Tiny. So today I placed the third pile of food at some distance from where Doris and Lotta eats. Tiny came early and ate what she managed until she heard the two others approaching, then she quickly disappeared. I do hope she’ll come back later tonight to east what’s left in all the piles.
I bought some food wheat today but there’s no recipe for porridge on the package. But it should boil for as long as the porridge rice so it will be easy to try making porridge with it. I’ll try it on Saturday I think and I’ll tell You what I thought about it 🙂 Today I’ll make hot sandwiches instead but the heat from the stove seems to have troubles spreading in my cottage. I don’t know why but it’s just like that some days.
We’ve gotten around 15 cm (6 inches) of snow these last two days and I managed to take some photographs when I came home after work yesterday. I can’t say I like this but it is beautiful, that I have to admit 🙂 It’s time to make those sandwiches and a pot of tea I think.
Have a great day!