The bird feeder has been busy all morning. Yesterday we had about 20 birds waiting in the nearby tree, while 10 or so birds clustered round the feeder.
|Queing in the tree, waiting for a space on the feeeder|
|Birds on the feeder (photo taken through window)|
I popped into town today. It was really quiet, very sad. I'd expected it to be heaving. I allowed myself to park in the rip-off car park right by the shopping centre, instead of the cheaper one a bit further away. I went up to the roof. There were plenty of spaces on all levels, but I love the view from up there.
I farted around in one shop for ages, couldn't fnd most of the stuff I had on my list, and decided I'd order online instead. I also went into Waitrose to get some stuff for dinner on New Years Eve. That was a waste of time, I'll have to go back tomorrow or maybe even Saturday.
I did pick up some reduced price vegetables for the Girls though. They tried the kale, but waslked off, leaving the pile apparently thesame size as when it started. Maybe the Allotmenteers will be a bit more grateful?
I've got swede and lettuce for them for later.
The car park was busy when I left, and it took ages to get out. People were trying to find the one of two empty spaces in the lower levels, instead of going up and enjoying nearly empty floors. The spaces are quite narrow, with lots of pillars, so getting in and out often requires a bit of manoeuvring. The car park flow is bck-to-front, so people trying to exiyt have to go up and down each and every level to get out, and this means long queues form while someone is trying to get in to their space.
I got home eventually, and started to clear out the fridge, eating leftovers for my lunch.
I did some clearing up but ran out of steam and have been 'busy' catching up online. I do want to get some stuff put away though, so I'm going to Get On WIth It, just as soon as I've finished this blog post.
I am going to.
Just as soon as I post this,