It’s been a long couple of days. Yesterday I got my beloved phone back! I felt like covering it in big slobbery kisses (but figured it wouldn’t be a good idea). At least it means I can take photos again – like the yellow roses here.
I have a suspicion, though, that something is not quite right with the focus. It used to be super sharp.
I was out last night entertaining some foreign visitors. I use the word ‘entertaining’ very loosely. Most of the time I was listening to talk about work. And I had to drink my last goldfish bowl-sized glass of wine really fast because everyone else had finished and just wanted to go to bed and sleep. At least Mikey was in the cage when I got home, on my orders. That cheered me up no end.
Ahhh, it feels so nice to have the WordPress app on my phone (even though I’m not actually using it to make this post).
I’ve started covering up my office kalanchoe at 5pm every afternoon in the hope of getting it to flower again. I read ‘somewhere on the net’ that they respond to short days in winter, hence the covering-up advice. I might pretend to my colleagues that I’ve gone mad and think it’s a budgie. I must admit, with the tea towel draped over it, it looks suspiciously like a severed head sitting on my desk.
The camera on this phone is really not a patch on… oh forget it! I’ve banged on for long enough about my lack of a camera!
Here are a couple of
blurry photos I took at the weekend.
I also have a strange desire for this pair of cowboy boots. It’s odd because I’ve never owned a pair of cowboy boots before, and I haven’t ridden a horse for several years.
When I was a toddler I didn’t believe cowboys really existed. I thought they were just something adults made up, like Santa Claus.