Archive for February, 2008
We have no heating at home. Or hot water. The boiler has something wrong with its secondary heat exchange (????) which must be replaced. It’s a three-hour job that our engineer couldn’t schedule until Monday.
The girls had swimming lessons today and we used the showers at the leisure centre after lessons to ensure the girls were squeaky clean and shiny.
On the way out of the car park, I got the girls to stop. We’ve passed this window thousands of time, and in fact I’ve taken pictures of it before, but I wanted to have a go of getting a shot of them with my new camera.
I confess this was not taken today (didn’t really like any of the few I did take today).
This is from our outing to the National Gallery last week. This was taken before she had pretended to be a dog and crawled around on the shiny, slippery floor and turned the knees of her pink trousers a fetching shade of grey.
This morning, I was looking at one of the books out of the reading box at the school where I work, while I was waiting for the children to come in. Cumulus, Cirrus, Stratus. On the way home I was struck by the fabulous blue sky and boisterous cloud formations.
Looks like my car may become an indispensable photo accessory.
I took my camera for a short walk around the allotment this morning, I spooked some starlings in the bushes – all except this one who was man enough or vain enough to hang around to be photographed.