The weather is grey and gloomy and there is a chill in the air.
The kettle has been whistling merrily several times and tea is plentiful and soothing.
I gave my boots a lick and a polish to keep them looking good.
These have served me well for the past few years and I hope they will continue to do so.
I am a firm believer of maintaining things.
Even if you have but one pair of boots they should always look their best.
Is it just me or do your oven mitts get grubby?
I cannot abide a gooey glove.
Cashmere needs to be kept clean or the moths will go to town and feast on the yarn.
The new LG machine has a delicate wool setting and I tried it out.
The sweater was placed in a mesh bag and laundered.
It came out wonderfully!
It's not a dark and dingy space anymore.
I have a view out to the garden and the heated floors make it a cozy place.
Things are looking rather mossy and damp
typical for our January weather.
Chester is eager to get in on the action.
He is more of an onlooker than a doer.
He very nearly ended up at the vets this morning when he climbed into the dryer when my back was turned and I started the dryer only to hear some large banging sounds...
in a load of towels I thought that's weird and immediately investigated
am I ever glad I stopped it to check.
He seemed totally un-phased by the experience
I do hope that this has taught him a lesson.
8 to go.
How is the weather where you live?