My right foot is rather tired right now, I can feel an entire days work in it but at least it doesn’t hurt. No problem with having in a shoe because of pain anyway and that’s a good thing. I’ll soon go upstairs and just rest it in front of the tv, well I don’t think it cares if it is in front of the tv or not but I would like to watch the news🙂
It was enough of daylight when I came home today, even if I had stopped by the grocery store to bur some very needed food, so I could take a few photos on our walk. Nova was very frisky today and ran around like crazy in the cottage and tore down so many things that I had to push her out again🙂 She has had problems with her ear again and now it’s getting better again and I guess the pain is gone. Who wouldn’t be extremely happy then🙂 She also tried to chew her way in to the un opened sack with deer food. It’s amazing how guilty a dog can look when caught in the action🙂🙂🙂
The day has been warm and nice again and I can’t stop enjoying it🙂 I know this most likely won’t happen again in many, many years but I can’t but hope this will be how the coming hundred winters will be like🙂 I have a feeling that You on the American continent wouldn’t like it though because it seems that when we have a warm winter You have a cold. Well now You know how I feel every year when winter starts and never seems to stop🙂 I do feel sorry for You but refuse to switch back, at least this year🙂
One eyed Rune and his lady, I now call her Tova, are less afraid of my dogs than ever. Now they run to the fence as soon as they hear I pour out the food and don’t care that all dogs stand just a few meters away(much the same in yards) behind a fence even a puppy can jump over🙂 I guess there must be little natural food for them but shouldn’t there be more of them around if that was the fact? Most of the deers know they get food here.
My hand-held fan-shaped apple tree. It is almost totally flat towards the field and my garden. Needs pruning to keep that shape.
Rhododendron dauricum. I sowed it for almost ten years ago and every winter the deers eat most of the buds. This year however they haven’t touched it. Yet that is.
It’s time to make a pot of tea and something to eat. As soon that is done I’ll walk upstairs and rest my foot for the rest of the evening.