Bet you’ve never seen that blog title combo anywhere before.
I’ve been sidetracked with pre-Round 1 netball madness. (Round 1 is this Saturday, and on top of trying to get the website updated, I’ve been trying to get the handbook done, ready to be printed out tomorrow. And wondering why I’m doing this.
And yesterday, with Himself taking a rare day off, we spent hours debating bathroom and plumbing supplies, and the colour of carpet… But that’s a whole other story.
The fallout from the hours I’ve spent on the computer compiling the netball handbook has been – suddenly this afternoon – pains in my upper arm. Oh dear. Hello RSI. I emailed the wretched thing off tonight, so the smart thing to do (especially according to a certain husband, while rolling his eyes) is to give the computer a rest for few days. (Guess I’m not cut out for a job spending hours wrangling a computer mouse then am I?)
But just before I do that, I bring you … PUPPIES!
The lovely cattle dog owned by the next door neighbours had seven puppies in the early hours of yesterday morning. I went for a visit today – and even though my eldest daughter thinks cute puppy photos are a dime a dozen, I took a couple anyway.
Pretty cute, huh?
Although I think the cute factor will be ramped up somewhat once their eyes open and they start getting around.
And I’ll have to start fending off the ‘can we get a puppy’ requests.
As it is, this afternoon Ms 16 (who is clearly cut out for a career as a union organiser) said “Hey Mum, can we get a horse?”
While I was in their yard, I took the opportunity to take a photo of OUR gumblossoms.
They are going to be sensational soon.
I might just have to keep going over for a visit to take update photos of both the puppies AND the flowers.