FOWC with Fandango: Weak

The farmer parked two cows in a field just across the road, but all they seem to do is just lay there and chew whatever they find in the grass, although they do not look so weak. Now the Summer is gone they have to get used to roaming the fields during the day. During the hot months, the farmer only puts them to pasture during the night when it is cooler.

It seems to be that time of the year when we are perhaps feeling a little weaker. I think I have only been on the computer twice this week, but I too are having my weak moments. I had a few things to deal with and just did not have the energy to do anything. I now have my new bed. It was delivered last week. It is a box spring bed and I am loving it. I think they originally came from the states. It is quite high up from the ground, but I manage ok as I am quite tall. Just have to be sure not to fall out.

FOWC with Fandango. Weak

RDP Thursday: Veneer

I do not think that the Irish apply a veneer on a Shillelagh. A shillelagh is an Irish weapon, a fighting stick. A piece of wood, shaped in a way to be comfortably hand held. Its purpose is to hit the opponent with it. It originates in the years gone by and seems to have been quite popular amongst the Irish.

This is my shilelagh, although never used. It just looks interesting to have. I keep mine in the bedroom, you never know when you might be glad to have it.

RDP Thursday; Veneer