Two new visitors today.
I’ve spent most of the day sleeping watching ski biathlon or talking walks that took much longer time than usual because of the snow. Not that we’ve gotten moire than 20 cm (8 inches) but it’s that kind of fluffy snow that’s impossible to make snowballs from, it felt like I was walking in fluffy mud 🙂 A northeastern wind, no matter how weak it was, made the walks rather nasty when not walking in the forest.
I didn’t watch that much skiing either to be honest, I fell asleep most of the time 🙂 I think the rather early mornings letting out Sune finally has taken its toll 🙂 I think I’ll be awake all night after all this sleep 🙂 🙂 🙂 It’s been snowing most of the day but it’s that kind of tiny flakes that can snow for ever and never looks to make the snow cover thicker anyway 🙂
Talking about Tiny, she does come back by her self every morning and eats what’s left from the night. I got a bit surprised when I saw three deer coming to my garden at the same time this afternoon, They all went to a pile of food of their own and no one harassed anyone else. Finally I thought, they’ve realized that there’s food enough for them all. I didn’t wonder about the fact that Tiny had grown considerable during the night 🙂
It shows that a buck has started to follow Doris and Lotta so now I have four deer to feed 🙂 I did give them more food than usual today so there should be enough for Tiny as well. I wonder why the buck decided to follow these ladies, it’s not the time for being jolly when it comes to deers. That doesn’t happen until July and I do wonder why they accept him and not Tiny? A son/ brother perhaps?
I can’t tell You what the wheat porridge tastes yet, I’m making it while I’m writing this but I’ll let You know tomorrow. Smells very different though 🙂 Later tonight it’s the second semi final (there’s four of them and an extra one for those not reaching the final in every semi final, it’s complicated things 🙂 🙂 🙂 ) Last week a young man or very old boy (17 years old) called Yohio (click on the name and You’ll come to a Google site showing photo’s of how he looks) won a place at the big finale. He’s popular in Japan and his style is called Visual Kei. He’s a swedish boy who learned Japanese by himself when he was ten years old. I don’t know but my guess is that he must have been very bullied when growing up, that usually happens when a kid choses an unusual style.
The porridge is almost ready and I better try it before I fall asleep again 🙂
Have a great day!