Good Morning

This just about sums it up at the moment. Misty and dull and nothing to be seen. Not even clouds, just one big cloud covering everything. . Needless to say I did not go far yesterday.

This was the only interesting place I visited in the afternoon – our local store to get a few items. They buiilt it a couple of years ago and it is very useful for me to shop now and again. It used to be our garage, where we even bought our car, but they are moved just outside town in a larger area and as I no longer have a car, I do not miss it not being so near. They converted it into a supermarket where the offices and car showrooms used to be. There is still a large part still empty, but one day it will also be something new arriving there. I have a few wishes, but who knows what it will be.

The only other things I saw yesterday were the usual feathered visitors. The magpies always arrive in the morning to see what is on offer, but they can be very shy. They usually warn me with their cries that they are there. This morning there was quite a commotion as the neighbours cat decided to take a closer look at the meals on wings, but they were all off to the trees when then smelt/saw him.

They are so quick when the notice a movement and I can be glad to get a shot in with my camera. However, I managed to capture one of them with a peanut in his beak. They tend to ignore the walnuts as they are probably too big to carry off and leave the heavy work to the crows. The crows are not visiting so much this year, but perhaps it is a little early.

No. 2 son visited yesterday. He was tidying up his apartment in the nearby town as he is not using it at the moment due to having his home office in another part of Switzerland. Life is a bit different for all of us at the moment. We do not have such strict rules about family visits, although caution is always required. My son and the family would visit us, and we would be glad to see them. We decided to leave it until the whole situation calms down. We have contact by computer, iPad and iPhone and see the antics of our grandchildren and can talk together. It is not the same as real life, but at least we have that.

Our little robin is now often here, but always alone, unless there are a pair that operate on their own.

And now I must go: a short one this morning, but my online delivery of week-end food will be arriving in an hour and I should make myself respectable before the chauffeur arrives, although Mr. Swiss also takes care of it if I am not around. This afternoon I will probably be in town to get some wine for cooking in the other store. Otherwise I have nothing particular to buy. We are completely decked until Tuesday, just perhaps a short trip for fresh bread, although I also have enough in the freezer should the famine break out.

Have a good Friday. A few words to my friends in the British colony in America that I hope you all had a wonderful thanksgiving despite Mr. Covid, who was definitely not invited. See you around later.

One of the attic rooms in our old town.

15 thoughts on “Good Morning

    • The lighting gave the room the final touch. I heard Trump at a press conference. One of the journalists asked him a question and Tump told her he would not answer. The question was not corretl asked and you do not talk to a president like that. My opinion is that Trump never got the virus. It was all a publicity story to show off that everyone is acting stupid and that the virus is absolutely not dangerous. But that is my opinion πŸ™‚

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          • Elvis in Switzerland. That just seems wrong on so many levels. I dislike him anyway. Brent REALLY dislikes him because he was racists against the people who he studied music with. I would expect Swiss or at least European music there.

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          • It is a mixture on our radio, but a lot of German music. Being originally a Brit I listen to the various British radio stations (with my ear buds whilst clearning etc.) and they play a mixture of american and British songs. Elvis was one of my childhood first rock singers (with Eddie Cochran, Buddy Holly and Neil Sedaka). We did not have a choice in those days and had no rules and regulations to abide by when listening. It was a different world.

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