Sunday, 8 January 2012

Sunday Morning

Time for a quick post. Hoping for a slob day today, so starting with this.  Next week is likely to be hectic so posts might be few and far between  :-(

A few more pics:


My Mom's pony, Humphrey eating an apple.  For those who don't know the story, she got him when she lived in Scotland.  He was owned by a pony trecking place but refused to be ridden.  My Mom bought him to stop them sending him to the "glue factory".


Frou Frou in the bed we bought for Custard when he was a puppy.


A plant that I was while walking around the Uni the other evening.


Sunrise a couple of days ago, taken while on the way to work.

Not much ore to share right now - time to get on with more slobbing!  Have a great Sunday!

7 comments:

wReggie said...

Good to save him from glue.

CiCi said...

Humphrey was lucky to have your mom rescue him, and now you and your family are seeing him now too.

The doggie bed looks so small; cannot picture Custard being small enough to be in it.

The sunrise pic looks good. It looks like a rain-free morning which is a good thing for you on the bike.

terri said...

I like the sounds of a slob day. I let myself sleep in (until 9:30!) I won't be likely to sit too still for the rest of the day. It's just not in me. Always feel like I have to be doing something and there are still Christmas decorations to put away.

You are getting some really great shots with your new camera! I had some pots on my back deck with some of that white plant in them. Can't remember the name of it though. The sunrise shot is beautiful!

"Abby" said...

Enjoy your slob Sunday!

Humphrey looks happy - I'm thinking moreso than if he were glue. A pony at the pony rides that won't be ridden is a bit of a deal breaker I guess.

Rock Chef said...

wReggie - Yes, he did get lucky.

CiCi - Custard did not fit into the bed for very long!

Terri - Mrs RC is like that - feels guilty if she sits still for too long. Is it a woman thing? Guys seem OK with taking a slob day.

Abby - Yes, they could only give him so long before he had to earn his keep...

agg79 said...

Glad to see you are getting the hang of that new camera. Humphrey is one lucky pony to have been spared from the glue factory by your mom (do they still use horses for glue?). And it is funny to imagine Custard fitting in that bed now.

Rock Chef said...

Agg79 - I think he was actually going to be made into dog food...