Good Morning

And now I am here, after a busy morning. The cleaning lady is here and so my routine is a little different. While she is busy putting things in order in my shower and bathroom, I am usually busy polishing up my windows. As I do one set once a week they never give a lot to do. This week the living room and kitchen had their turn with window cleaning. It’s raining again, although yesterday the weather behaved.

I made the most of the weather and scootered off into town after lunch. There were a few heavy clouds hanging around, but nothing drastic and above all it was dry. I approached the store via our main square just outside of the town walls.

The usual musician was somewhere in town. Yesterday it was a harpist and I must say he played quite well. Makes a change with some soft gentle music. It seems that everyone that has a music instrument plays it on the street in town, but they have to get police permission to do it, although that is just a formality.

I just had to take a photo of this wonderful majestic dog. Am not quite sure what it is, could be a huskie perhaps. Some dogs leave a lasting impression when you see them.

Today I received a parcel from the post, and he did not even bother to ring. Actually since covid we have parcels every day in the entrance to our block. Everyone buys online. I now have a new water heater. I think the other one was no longer doing the job it should. It was heating the water with no problem, but the indicator for the water filter was no longer working and it was an older model. The new one now works perfectly. Since my new life of semi isolation I have time to do things I have meaning to do for some time. I also got myself a new iron, which is one of the reasons I wanted a new water heater to keep the calcium out of the iron.

It is raining again, a constant drizzle: nothing too bad but not so encouraging to go places and see things. I have decided to have a relaxing day today and make myself comfortable with a book, although probably I will find something to get busy with. Tomorrow is predicted to be a sunny day so let us hope.

Enjoy the day everyone or sleep well, whatever is relevant. I have dinner already cooking, so everything under control.

13 thoughts on “Good Morning

  1. It finally got colder here this morning! The A/C did not come on all night and I had to put on a sweater this morning. Oh, it felt wonderful! That dog is beautiful. I had a dog, a Spitz-mix, that had the tail that curled up like that. Daisy was a pretty girl. This one does look like a Siberian Husky. I think Martha had a dog like this. That harp music must have been lovely. Imagine lugging that around, though! Have a good day, Pat.

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    • I thought of Martha when I saw this dog. Ithink the bike in the photo was the harp players transport, but I do not know how he managed with that one. It is definitely getting colder here, but indoors warm enough with our central heating. The rain has stayed away this afternoon, but it is very dull and quite cold.

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  2. The dog is very handsome. There is a husky living round the corner from me and this dog looks similar. Harp music is lovely. When David was in hospital there was a lady who used to come by once a week and play for the patients. He really liked it. I would love to see how you transport that on a bicycle though.

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  3. Good afternoon, changed the beds’ day noon today and I always take a shower and I need help for it. The best part of yesterday seeing old friends. I found 6 mystery books to download. It is another sunny day but temperatures are much cooler and the skies have smoke again. Have a relaxing evening.

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    • My beds are due on Thursday.Not a job I like to do. Mr. Swiss helps but I have to do the heavy work. Not a job I enjoy. I wish I had more time to read, but am always getting distracted by other things I like to do. Another dull day here but the tain kept away.

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  4. The dog is an Alaskan Malamute and they are WONDERFUL dogs. Sweet, smart, loving … and rather hairy. They are also very strong since they were bred to haul sleds in the dead of winter. They also like having other dogs around. They are happiest in a pack. They are the “native” breed for the Inuit natives who live around the North Pole and probably made their way to iceland and Greenland. I always wanted a few, but they are too strong for me. But they really are beautiful and often they have blue eyes.

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