We’re having a cool, windy and sunny morning here, just perfect for morning walks. Normally I would have liked wind free so that the dew had stayed on the plants and sparkled in the early morning sunshine but You know about me and flies by now 🙂 🙂 so windy is just perfect to be honest 🙂
I can notice a big change in Nova now, her head still looks a bit lopsided by the swelling but she had no problems walking today and was like always a bit ahead of us when we were out walking. She fights even more when I’m trying to give her the pills 🙂 So glad to know that I’ll have to do that for at least three weeks if not more as the vet said. I don’t care for how long I must do that as long as she gets well again.
I don’t need to mow the lawn this week 🙂 The grass hasn’t grown at all this week, well it might have some but I can’t see it. We have had rain and quite a lot of it when the thunderstorms passed by but that doesn’t seem to have helped the grass a lot. I don’t mind though,mowing isn’t one of the top ten funniest things I know to do 🙂 I still have the laundry to do though and that doesn’t end up on that list either strangely enough 🙂
I have four young clementine trees that I sowed two years ago and since they live by the window during winter they only grow towards the light. So when I finally can place them outside they tend to fall since they all lean very much towards one side 🙂 I had hoped that placing them outside and in a wa that they had to grow the opposite direction would help them to look more normal but that didn’t happen 🙂 So now I’ve started to do like they do with bonsai trees, I’m forcing the branches to grow like I want them too with the help of wire, You know the kind they use when the make floral arrangements. I have plenty left from my old garden center 🙂
It looks like I’ll get rather many lime fruits this winter too. I have the lime tree by the entrance door right now, it doesn’t get enough sunlight there though since the sun only reaches it in the early morning and after 4pm but it looked so sad after this winter that I wasn’t sure it would be able to survive the full blast of the sun if I placed it on the other side of the cottage already in the beginning. I doubt I’ll ever get any clementines though, if they ever will flower they must survive for at least fifteen years and I doubt I’ll manage to keep them alive that long 🙂 So now it’s only 13 years left until it can happen 🙂
It is time to start with the laundry and after that a nap in front of the tv I think 🙂
Have a great day!