Worming tablet morning. Sophie swallows hers like an angel. Bob spits his out no less than five times. The word 'exasperation' comes to mind. 'The Font' finds small pieces of chewed worming tablet in the library and the hallway. It can safely be said that we now have one fully wormed PON and one that is partially wormed.
The PONs sit on the garden table and watch the workmen. Someone cuts a power cable. The electricity in the house goes off. Bob and Sophie monitor the ensuing comings and goings with great interest.
The wrens that nest in the wisteria have taken to perching on one of the olive trees by the front door. This impertinence drives Sophie wild. The olive tree , faced with the onslaught of a female PON in pursuit of recalcitrant wrens, has now developed a list. A house with PONs will always have that 'lived in' look.
Early morning dog walkers won't want to miss this. http://earthsky.org/astronomy-essentials/visible-planets-tonight-mars-jupiter-venus-saturn-mercury