The great thing about these obsessions is that despite his difficulties, he has learned that if I collect my car keys, it means we are going out and he is by the front door in a time that any self-respecting athlete would be proud of. The downside is that this works for every single key for every occasion, so when my friend called over yesterday and rummaged in her bag to check for her front door key, she found herself being unceremoniously dragged to the front door. Not so good.
Because he is at his happiest when in the car, I find myself taking the ‘long way’ home whenever I go out anywhere. This is actually a great thing to do if you are not pushed for time because it gives you the opportunity to find routes and places that you wouldn’t ordinarily find. These photos were taken on one of the roads that I drove on to get home from town today.
This really is Britain at its best and I cannot imagine anywhere I would rather be when the weather is like this. It is truly beautiful.
Whilst browsing in town I spotted a door plaque with the following quote on it:-
My husband said that it was him or the cat. I miss him sometimes.
I must admit I laughed and it reminded me of my first ever post on this blog. You can find it here if you are brave enough…
Hubby however would actively disagree with this quote and he would maintain that he brings much more to the household than the ever sleeping cat. I guess he probably has a point, although when I emptied the washing machine that he had loaded this morning and a pair of trainers fell out in amongst the rest of the clothing, I got to thinking that perhaps it was advantage cat.
C’mon men, jump to his defence, you know you want to…