Friday, July 7, 2017

A Lazy Day...

Today I have a mouse hunter crawling up into the attic! We don't even live near woods! We just live near fields so it hardly seeems fair that we get these periodic invasions of ducks, geese, squirrels, and now mice. I am ready to move to the city! Maybe it's time for an airtight house where mice and squirrels can't get in! There are always ducks under our decks! Last year a duck layed eggs under the white part of the house and a turtle laid eggs close to the front door! What am I to do? I just want to walk around the house and pond without getting bitten, stung, or pecked by anything! And we not only have sweet turtles but we have snapping turtles, too! Oh woe is me!

Books...

I am so glad to have finished this...I can't say that enough! It was good but just so involved! So long! So complicated!

I think I am reading this next...from Edelweiss's summary...

 

"Twisty and powerful, ingenious and moving, The Woman in the Window is a smart, sophisticated novel of psychological suspense that recalls the best of Hitchcock and an unforgettable thriller that Louise Penny describes as “a tour de force"...oh boy!

That's my day...I promised Den some sort of noodle either for lunch or dinner...he just has to decide what he wants. Pasta noodles or Sesame noodles but we both need noodles!

My week has been really disordered because of the fourth...I woke up this morning not even knowing what day it was!

Off to think about noodles!

Hugs,

Patty

 

7 comments:

  1. Those noodles look so good!

    When I lived in the foothills, I had the same issues. We even had coyotes, so the pets couldn't go outside.

    I hope the critters go away!

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  2. It is so blazing hot here. I just took a short walk to lunch and coming back was like I was dying or something. It's about 104 right now but they said it will hit close to 110. I am not liking it at all.

    Mice. We have field mice. With all the critters we have in our yard they don't typically last long but each year we have a small problem with them and then nature takes care of it. Same with the rabbits...and the other critters. EXCEPT gophers!! They will survive the zombie apocalypse.

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  3. What a menagerie of animals your house attracts.

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  4. Holidays always throw me off - I never knew the day of the week this past week.

    You would think a mouse would be afraid of the girls.

    I can't remember the last time I had noodles and now I want some.

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    1. I come from a long line of noodle lovers!

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