The Week That Was…

The weather has turned towards the end of this week and we’ve now had a couple of proper chilly evenings and mornings with the days remaining fresh. Coincidence then that just this morning as I write this, I can hear a random scrabbling in my ceiling…someone thinking they can move in for the winter? I’ll be phoning the pest control first thing tomorrow. Things that scrabble are not something I tolerate or feel equipped at dealing with myself.

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Joke of the week:

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Making me happy this week:

These gorgeous earrings made by my cousin, Christine Amanda Art. You can check out her art here. She sells earrings, pins, prints, cards and tea towels, all themed to Australian birds and native flowers.

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What I’ve been watching:

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What I’ve been reading:

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What I’m reading right now…

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Until next week… 😊☕📚

11 thoughts on “The Week That Was…

  1. My house has a flat roof so things (birds I assume) land on there and wander about. They’re often ridiculously loud, so maybe a possum or something. I try to ignore it as best I can.

    Jealous you got the new Natasha Lester!

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    • I have a tiled roof, not flat. I guess rodents can squeeze into small crevices but I don’t think a possum could. My worry is a rat. When I was a teenager and still living on farms, rats went to town chewing things under the hood of my mother’s car and it caught fire. I have my grandfather’s voice in my head: rats will chew the wires and your house will burn down. Catastrophic, yes, but he was that way inclined. In all likelihood it’s a mouse, I’ve heard rats in roofs before and they’re pretty loud. This was just a scuffling. But I still hate mice too.

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  2. Awww those earrings are so cute!! And definitely feeling the chill down here, too. We had quite a mild summer, but out of the blue it turned absolutely freezing, and it’s a mad scramble to pull out the winter woollies.

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