Sunday, 6 February 2011

Rainy days and Sundays always get me down.....

Today's posts are showing a regrettable penchant for song titles, for which I apologise.

However, the title says it all, and rainy Sundays are the absolute pits.  It feels as if we haven't had any daylight today, just a murky half-light, which has made me feel as though I've been entombed in Tupperware.


I tidied the workroom.  Then I did some work and messed it all up again.


In other, equally unexciting news, we seem to have a pole-dancing squirrel on the patioNot to mention a member of the genus Rattus Rattus, who was seen scampering around under the trees at the top of the garden.

We mentioned this sighting to our nominal ratting terrier, who raced up the garden enthusiastically enough, and conducted a spirited search but singularly failed to find the interloper.  Not that you'd know it by the triumphal way in which she re-entered the house as if she had vanquished a mighty foe.

Fair do's though......Small Dog hates getting wet and the relentless drizzle today has been..... well, relentless. 

It's dark again now, although light levels are only marginally less than earlier so it's difficult to tell.


I'm a bit fed up.


Robin said...

Don't be fed up mate - tomorrow's another day and all that jazz! On the other hand, tomorrow means it's counting down too fast to the fair .......wish I hadn't started this....

Michelle's Mad World said...

It's been dark here for a few days running. I'd rather have a clear blue sky and bitterly cold than grey on grey days with nothing but drizzle! Grrrr!

Michelle xx

Anonymous said...

I'm so glad I'm not one of those people that's affected by the grey weather but I do understand what it must be like for those that are.

I too would rather have cold and sunny....and so would my bones....

And if it's any desk too is a guddle of a muddle. For now.

I got so fed up with it last evening, I went out to the music club and left it!

Singing was very good for me.

Displacement Activity I suppose.

It looks like an Everestian challenge this a.m. however.And the wind is hoooooowling...and I HATE WIND!
*sigh* indeed.

Sandra Morris said...

Thanks for the words of comfort girls.

I just really need some sunshine to top up my batteries.....