Ever since I took the photos of the juvenile Cormorant, I have created an emotional attachment from me to the bird. It has become "my" Cormorant. I worry when I don't see it on my visits to the canal, even though it has likely only "gone fishin'".
Funny how the human mind works.
For the record: I saw the Cormorant on to-day's #DogWalk.
Well, I ordered my power bank. It didn't arrive. When I checked with the seller they claimed it had been "signed for" by me. On checking with Hermes they claimed it had been left in a "safe place". Not true either.
Seller doesn't have the product anymore. However, they have promised a refund.
What a waste of time, and a lot of hassle.
To-night's #DogWalk was magical.
It was a cold (-5°C) evening, with a near cloudless sky. There were intermittent snowflakes falling, and the full moon reflected off #Gruoch, giving her a mystical aura.
The stars were twinkling, and so were the frozen tree branches. The only noise was the crunching sound made by my feet and Gruoch's paws.
I started the walk with my head torch. However, I stopped using it after a few minutes, as it was both superfluous, and it ruined the atmosphere.
@fitheach I found this one in the wild several years ago and I still giggle about it every now and again.
Lewd, American shamefulness
@fitheach Sometimes American men don't think their big pickups are masculine enough. So they buy these:
The new batch of red sauerkraut is delicious! This is the first time I've done squash, and it's pretty good. I think we'll eat the rest of this jar as it is, and make sweet-sour pickles from the other two.
After 18 months of constant use, including thrice daily dog walks, my "working" jacket is completely worn out. I attempted a repair on the sleeve, recently. My stitching held, but, the repaired material ripped again. Time for a new jacket.
I've bought the same model of jacket again, as it was the easy option. Plus, it only cost £22.90, including delivery. That's cheaper than the last purchase..
Kirk, and for that matter the Star Trek TOS episode, is saved by Nona, portrayed by Nancy Kovack.
See, I told you everyone in "space" was beautiful.
I see your Robot Monster and I raise you... THE HORROR OF PARTY BEACH!
"The film, described as "a take-off on beach parties and musicals," is considered to be one of the worst films of all time."
You are welcome.
#Gruoch sleeps with her back against my legs. If I get up during the night, she moves up to my pillows, and puts her back against them instead. When I return, I have to shove her across the bed to get access to my pillows. Luckily, she doesn't complain. This is just as well, as it takes quite a lot of shoving. 😃
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