An advertising pillar
Sign in a sewing shop
An advertising pillar
Sign in a sewing shop
Seen in the local store. Seems that you have to wrap you neck in a scarf this year.
Saw this at the local cheese exhibition: something for the farmers. The blue shirt is tradition on a working day.
Something for the balloon salesman
Short and sharp to the point: seen at the local cheese day festival this afternoon. Do you now dip the fork filled with sauerkraut into the cheese fondueand twirl it around?
When it’s carnival in our town
Even the cows go psychedelic
With colours galore on their head
They become a painted relic
Of course it is only a mask
That humans like to wear
Cows prefer to graze on the fields
They moo without a care
Yes. I am still amongst the land of the living, although I do not have so much time this morning. On Tuesday morning my cleaning lady was here and I had a few other things to deal with so there was no Good Morning greeting on my side of the world, although I did manage to write a few words in the afternoon.
Wednesday was not very good for me. I stopped hugging the bed in the morning and had a giddiness attack together with a stomach upset and feeling generally bad. I stayed in bed most of the morning and eventually pulled myself together as I had a lunch to cook. Luckily it cleared up by lunch time. I had to go shopping in the afternoon which went OK, but I decided to take a big take five for the rest of the day and neglected my computer completely. I was feeling OK again, but not quite 100%. I then realised that without me my family would be lost for food, so I have now stocked up in the cupboard with micro wave stuff: just add water and cook for a few minutes, so at least they would not starve. My No. 1 son can always go into town for a quick meal and Mr. Swiss is not a big eater.
This morning I have managed to do all the housework and have half an hour to spare before getting ready to take Mr. Swiss to the eye doctor for his last control. He now has two new eyes, and sees everything. After today’s visit I can take it easy again and no more chauffeur work.
Naturally my photo input has suffered in the meanwhile.
Tbis brave little mint plant decided to flower. I am no really keen on mint growing in the garden, although I add it to vegetables now and gain, but they spread and like to take over.
And how’s this for a sunset on Tuesday evening. Seems that the sky gods decided to turn on a show and I couldn’t resist a photo.
And now I must dress in something respectable for my journey with Mr. Swiss to the eye doctor. Have good time this morning and will cook lunch when I return.
Have a good day, hope to see you later.
Je gratte, donc je suis
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