In the supermarket plastic domes are stacked in a pile by the vegetable counter. Closer inspection shows them to be little pots of germinating mushrooms in compost.
'The Font' thinks that Bobs eye is improving. Angus hasn't seen him blink but there again under that fur who would ? The drooling is now much better and the tilting of the head almost completely gone. We have however heard on the grapevine that the kennel owners closed for good at Christmas.
This morning Sophie is trying out her angelic ' I'm an orphan dog that has never been fed ' look. You can be sure that this persona will be used frequently when she is once again allowed out on early morning trips to the cafe.
The diva is also demonstrating her extreme boredom by waking at five thirty and singing. Her family will be every bit as glad as she will be when the all clear comes.
The computer company's after sales service continues to entertain the occupants of The Rickety Old Farmhouse . A gentleman from Bangalore phones to say how happy he is that everything is now fine and would we be interested in purchasing a new computer. '' The Font '' points out that 1) everything is not fine 2) the computer is only six months old and 3) it is in pieces with a high probability that all the data has been wiped off. In conjunction these facts hardly act an advert for buying another of their products. The somewhat surprised gentleman in Bangalore promises to have a supervisor look into things and quickly rings off. The response was clearly not something that appeared on his teleprompter screen.