Thursday, October 30, 2008

Computerless days and staying at home

My computor is back home. Also one of my girl’s computor. The problem is our internet is still off. She doesn’t mind because the main interest for her – computor speaking – is to play Sims after a long day at school – and after her homework is done.
We also have my oldest girl computor but the internet is general, for all our house so, nothing.
I’m writing elsewhere but I can’t post my new pictures, even if I can now download them to my computor.
But the truth is I can’t wait no longer without posting something. The solution is to go to my Flickr account – way too in need of updating – and post some old ones. Sorry for the recicling.

The weather here is very much to my liking: a bit cold, raining cats and dogs and foggy when is not raining. Maybe you don’t like it but I do. I feel happy and relaxed.
I even liked Monday when the wind was so strong that one roof at my 9 yo girl’s school went out. The television went there to put it in the news and all. The good thing was my girl mot being there when it hapenned. It was just before she went to school. But she thought it was a big fun to have the reporters there.
Something similar happened in the school where my brother is a teacher but there the pupils are older, all them teenagers.

This is a nice time. Everyday, after I go home more death then alive after working all day long, car pooling and shopping and after taking care of dinner and eating it, I seat in my sofa and make my crochet with that lovely burgundy wool. It’s growing slowly because I’m always outside my home, which brings me a lot of frustration.

Let’s hope for better days.
Tomorow, for instance, I will take the day off work because I worked enough hours to take a day off. Oh, hapiness.

I will, after taking some of my girls to school, be back home to do a lot of homemaking.
And even maybe baking.

I think I’ll have my apron on all day long.

Ah! The joy of staying at home.
I can’t wait for tomorow.


Mélia said...

Have a wonderful day in the coziness of your sweet cocoon!

Lola said...

Enjoy and refresh yourself.
Please share your cake recipe!
I too like rainy cold days. It is a welcome break from all the sunshine in Florida!

Enjoy and God Bless

Therese said...

Enjoy your cooking. I love your apron.

IRENE said...

Thank you for stopping by and commenting! I really missed you.
I sometimes fear that an invisible hand will pull away from us the daily comforts of electricity and computers and the like. Can you imagine how desperate people in the West will be?

I love the Autumn. I feel energised by the rain and the slight fragrant wind and falling leaves.
Have a nice day.