Sunday, 5 August 2012
The Milk Of Smallholding Animals Kindness.
Here's one of those rare pictures that you get once in a while. Both my ratting and mouse contractors decided to share breakfast. If you could speak dog or cat you would probably hear them saying to each other:
The picture was taken in our 'Utility Room' or the 'Boot Room' if you're posh and you present Escape To The Country. We still use it for storing the old welly flobs (my saying) for wellingtons. Here in West Cork quite a lot of the natives call them the:
"The Rubber Boots".
I haven't complained this week about my vegetable garden looking like Morticia Addams garden (no rose heads to prune) or that I found some wire worm in my potatoes. No it's a happy post this week.
See you next week.
PS. For those of you who love Idioms, the Milk of Human Kindness comes from the 'Witches Play' by Mr Shakespeare. Think his family make fishing tackle these days. May be not.
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