Have run the emotional gauntlet this week. I would prefer better control of my emotions I think.
Dog and cat have both been suffering in the heat. I don't envy the little ball of fluff having to wear a big jumper all the time in this! They've both spent a lot of time lying down near each other which seems silly to me, but what do I know.
I haven't done one of these for ages because I like posts to be a bit more coherent, but I don't have the motivation (or sufficient content) for that so here's some snaps so that I don't have to do 3 Friday posts in a row. That'd be embarrassing.
We've never really looked around the town before and were pleasantly surprised. There's not loads but there's not nothing.
Well, technically, fractured but it's functionally the same from our perspectives. This was one of the worst weeks of the last two years of my life.
Yesterday I was like "wow this week is going so fast" but today I'm like "when will this week endddd??"
I love to see the ducklings on the pond. Didn't see any last year, which I suppose means that the seagulls got to them very quickly. Horrible birds. Hope they make it this year, but it feels like they never do.
Having spent a week back on a "normal" 65% board, I have concluded that these tiny, weirdo split boards are the best and I'm probably done exploring keyboards for now. Here's now I use them.
We used to go to Fatto a Mano so often before covid. Their food is still so good; I'm glad we don't have a pizza oven so Charlotte can't make crusts like this.
I've had one of those weeks where you feel like no matter what you do, how hard you work, it's not going to be enough. And one person fixed it all.
A little scant on cat pictures this week. We've narrowed digestive issues down to biscuits and ears are slowly improving. Yay cats 😶
Poorly Friday. She has something up with her ears and they're super waxy. Vet says it's not mites, which is something at least, but it's still not very pleasant and I hope it blows over soon.