Sunday, 23 March 2014

Dig Girls,Dig.

Autumn is here thank goodness. Hopefully no more horrendously hot days. The down side is the shorter days. My poor gum tree does not realise that it is Autumn yet and has burst into flower again. The parrots think this is a fantastic turn of events and are making the most of it.
Can you see him?
Meanwhile, the 'Ladies' are happily de-weeding my vegie patch, while Baxter runs the perimeter trying to terrorise them. Needless to say, the 'Ladies' are not too bothered.
The Boss ( Gertrude) keeping an eye on proceedings.
Bums up, digging away.

Wednesday, 19 March 2014

Technologically inept.

I think some fine tuning is in order.
I am trying out my phone's camera. I think I need some practice.

Saturday, 15 March 2014

Why is it so?

It should be simple enough. The aim-: change internet providers and change our e-mail. Simple!.......Wrong!!! Let's just say that in trying to change my e-mail, it would have been easier to remove my liver. Still, these trials are sent to test us. Hmmm where has everyone gone?
I am not coming out till Bonsaimum calms down.

Saturday, 8 March 2014

In the eye of the beholder.

Ok, so maybe I need to lose some weight.
After all, I do tend to take up quite a bit of space on the bed and Bonsaimum can barely move.

That's ok, I will just move over to Hubby's side and settle on him for the night.

Monday, 3 March 2014

PlayStation Cat.

Who said humans can have all the fun?

That's it... more to the left.

He would get a higher score if he listened to me!

Saturday, 1 March 2014

What's that noise?

I think that there would be thousands of women out there who would understand what I have gone through. What is it you ask?   The answer = SNORING!!  My other half snored so loudly that most of the street would hear him on balmy summer evenings. Now I may not have been the most understanding of spouses when 2am in the morning I elbowed him, but I needed some sleep. I perfected the falling asleep within 10min routine, but should I not fall asleep, a long, long night followed. 30yrs of it. I told him that felons get less time for murder!

Well, about 3 weeks ago, he finally went to a sleep specialist. The result:

CPAP machine.
It turns out he has severe sleep apnea and stops breathing  over 70 times a night. This little machine should be given a medal, I'd marry it if I could. For the first time in over 30yrs, he just breathes, no snoring and it is truly heaven. I have suggested that if his life insurance is raised substantially, the pipe could be hooked up to.......
So if any of you have a hubby that snores so loudly that he can be heard from the top of Mt Everest, get a CPAP asap. It could save a life. Hmm, now where did I park the car.......................?