Good Morning

Baselstrasse 27.01 (10)

Yesterday afternoon I did an excursion to another part of my area where we once lived. It is not so far away, but no longer in our village, on the edge of town. For a couple of years we had an appartment in this building, fourth floor on the left. This is the front side of it. At the back there is a lawn. a few bushes and flowers. It was quite a large appartment and belonged to the company that I worked for. We were there for a couple of years, but eventually bought our own place in our village just along the main road. It was in the days when we both belonged to the work force.

Baselstrasse 27.01 (11)

This is a view of the back of the building, but currently everything is waiting for the growing time to arrive. My lawn is in the same state of growth, low with brown patches in between where the builder’s boots flattened everything. Today I will spread some grass seeds around as it is supposed to be a rainy day. I just have to hope that the sparrows do not decide that they have an extra meal.

At the moment I am waiting for the crows and magpies to arrive in front of my window for a few photos. I have to do the shooting through the window as they fly away when I go outside. The wonders of a zoom lens, if I get it to focus in the right place at the right time.

Today it looks like a lazy Sunday and I am not sure if I am going anywhere. Since havig my wheelchair I just like to get out and enjoy some fresh air. And now to the housewife hobby of the day, cooking lunch. I have red cabbage to prepare and a large piece of ham. The potatoes will later be prepared. Seems like the highlights of the day.

Have a good day/night and enjoy your Sunday.

Horses 27.01 (1)

This curious horse decided to have a look to see what I was doing with my camera. His pastures are  behind one of the local road railway stations, so you have to know where to look.

23 thoughts on “Good Morning

  1. Home ownership is supposed to be somehow a better financial deal than renting, but I often wonder. Especially when I look at all the stuff that needs doing and wonder HOW in the world we are going to do it. If we are ever going to do it.

    Looks like it was a nice place. Cute baby horse!!


  2. Marilyn says you had a bad fall — I do hope you heal quickly and can be out and about in your wheelchair soon again! Take care, and know that you and your posts are missed!

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  3. Dear Pat/Mrs. Swiss,

    I’m so sorry to hear about your accident. I hope you are feeling better as you read this. Our bodies are too brittle these days. I hope your body is not too angry with you.

    Here’s to a speedy recovery but don’t rush things.

    Sending lots of virtual hugs.

    Garry, Marilyn
    Bonnie, Gibbs & The Duke (furry kids)


  4. Marilyn just posted about your fall. Pat, I am so sorry to hear this. I was missing your morning posts, but figured Tabby had commandeered your computer. I hope you are on the mend very soon. I started my morning with you!


  5. I just looked for recent posts Pat and my worst fears were confirmed. I hope you weren’t too badly hurt and that you are healing. We need you back and out taking photos in your wheelie! Sending love 💕


  6. Sorry to hear of your hospital stay Pat and hope it will be a short one. All that healthy mountain air must be able to get you back on the mend soon! On the bright side it might give you a break ( sorry! ) from housework for a while? 🙂

    No rush to get back to blogging – we’ll still be here when you feel ready.


  7. Sending healing thoughts your way Mrs. Angloswiss
    From the banks of the Shuswap River – British Columbia Canada


  8. I am so sorry to hear about the fall. I was wondering where you had gone when I did not hear from you around midnight for the second tie. For the first time since September, I have not been keeping up with my messages, so have not seen if you posted an update yet.


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