LINDA - Here am I wondering if your "condition" is contagious <grin> and you catch nanny naps from me!
I'm off for an exciting morning at food shops.
Sleep is a poor substitute for coffee.
It’s amazing how the world begins to change through the eyes of a cup of coffee. (Donna A Favors)
Give me coffee to change the things I can change and wine to accept the things I can’t.
Ha ha, AQ - I agree with your first ' thought '. I have practically given up coffee, in pursuit of the ever elusive sleep I love ground coffee so much and haven't found a decaff that tastes right.
Just realised that I've not been on to post this morning. Seem to be discombobulated these days, and out of much routine. Thanks for the quotes, AQ! I don't drink coffee at all, so they don't apply to me. I have a hot chocolate at coffee times, to save my teeth as otherwise I would drink about three gallons of tea a day. Not good for the ivories! Heather shame about the decaff: I drink decaff tea sometimes and its not bad.
Just done another cupboard, but then realised that as its March on Monday (hooray!), we have a couple of birthdays soon in the extended family, so went off to find some cards to send them.
Last night I got a text message from a relative saying that she had just left a large plated mince pie in our porch, for my OH! She had banged on the door but not been able to raise us. When I looked at the time frame of her visit, I realised that I had been in the kitchen cooking and that my OH had been in the shower. Very kind of her, and probably because of his recent illness. I messaged her back and said that unfortunately, we have missed several people lately because we do not have a doorbell these days. My OH would not replace the last one as we had only had it for a couple of years - he then said he would not invest in another! We have a very large knocker in the middle of the front door but you would be surprised how many people totally ignore it and just tap on the glass, which is pretty ineffectual.
He has just driven off to the big B&Q (hardware store) to go in search of a new doorbell.....
We spend 90% of net income on conservation, public education and advocacy
The RSPB is a member of BirdLife International. Find out more about the partnership
© The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) is a registered charity: England and Wales no. 207076, Scotland no. SC037654
Accepting all non-essential cookies helps us to personalise your experience
These cookies are required for basic web functions
Allow us to collect anonymised performance data
Allow us to personalise your experience