3 April 2017
A Good Start to the Day
This morning I took a basket of washing down to the laundry room. I always approach this area with some trepidation early in the morning just in case there has been any mice activity overnight. Sure enough, there he was - a dead mouse with his legs in the air.
On the other hand...
It was a potato. Paul had dropped one of his seed potatoes destined for the garden.
I shoved the washing into the machine, remembered to add the detergent, shut the door and switched it on.
They're not even matching socks! My day can only get better.
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Definitely a Monday morning, Sue !ReplyDelete
I need one of those new washing machines where you can add socks mid-cycle.Delete
What is going with the sockes all over the world, there will be always 1 or 2 left alone, it happens every where:)ReplyDelete
One of life's greatest mysteries.Delete
It remindes me of the book "the borrowers" by Mary Norton, i read it in my childhood, there is the only explnation.Delete
I read the Borrowers by Mary Norton. I could never understand it.Delete
I think I've found their mates !ReplyDelete
They're a long way apart!Delete
I agree that it is always a good idea to put detergent in the washing machine before pressing the "start" button. You must have studied Domestic Science at school.ReplyDelete
I didn't. Perhaps that's where I went wrong.Delete
I thought it was the thing to wear odd socks or even shoes these days.ReplyDelete
I often do, sometimes not intentionally.Delete
I often talk to odd items left on the floor, especially of a dark colour, being heard to say "good girl" without flinching on finding I am wrong and covering perfectly.ReplyDelete
I didn't speak directly to the potato, just uttered something like "bloody hell". As you do when you find a dead potato.Delete
I went upstairs, two days ago, to find two very dead baby mice and quite a lot of blood. What Freddie had been up to I'm not sure, but he received a good talking-to.ReplyDelete
We've had no sign of any mouse activity since we got back, must have been happy to stay outside this winter.Delete