Good Morning

I almost gave up this morning. Tuesday is always a bit of a stress morning with a cleaning lady and a supermarket delivery of weekly food supplies, but here I am at 11.20 in the morning, although work is not yet finished. Dinner meat is cooking and I have some Spätzle that I want to make to accompany the meat, although that does not take so long. After my delivery arrived from the store, the lady chauffeur rang again to say she had discovered two cubes of yeast that must have dropped out of my delivery. I usually only order one cube and I think they had a bit of a mix up, so now I have 3 cubes, enough for 6x 500 grammes bread which is not so good, because the life of a yeast cube is only about a week and I only usually bake 2-3 breads per week. I am sure that is was not my yeast, but no problem. Yeast is very cheap and I will wait and see.

Otherwise not very much exciting happening. Yesterday there was another Harry Potter film on the TV, this time it was the first film. Harry Potter had his first term at school and the actors were so young compared to today. It must be almost 30 years ago that the films were made, but I still enjoy them very much.

Otherwise I was not so busy taking photos over the Easter holidays. This little photo quite amused me. The blue tit (or chickadee) seemed to be having a conversation with sparrow. I rarely see them together at the food supplies.

Perhaps they were discussing the availability of local nesting places. At the moment there is quite a lot of bird action in the garden. They probably realise that food supplies are no slowly coming to an end. I no longer have any bags of bird seed and now they must fend for themselves until next Winter.

My cleaning lady has just left, and now my bathroom and shower are nice and clean and shiny.

I will now also depart, the family are again depending on me. Have a good day everyone, back to work for some. I might even venture into town this afternoon. There is a nip in the air, but I will survive and at least the promised snow showers have not arrived – yet.