Friday, March 25, 2011

highs

Have I mentioned how much I love my Mac?
... and my new very comfortable bed?
It is quite a bit higher than my old mattress. My feet dangle off the edge and don't reach the floor. That is kind of a fun novelty. Is it not strange how I can be so conscious of being higher up? Perhaps a footstool will be necessary especially as poor Abby cannot possibly climb that high. She hasn't had any more bad turns, but I have a neighbour checking in on her while I'm gone.

In the meantime, I show you this beauty


I have three more just like it - two for me, one for the catsitter and one for my friend who owns the cottage.

And it is snowing again.

So, until Tuesday. I will try to do something blogworthy to report. I know I have been leading a dull life of late and haven't had much to say.

14 comments:

  1. guess what, I love my mac so much I have just bought, installed and ungraded a second one, a laptop this time. (second-hand) I LOVE MY MACs plural!

    The orchid is fantastic, why give them away? You must love the recipients almost as much as you love your mac.

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  2. uPgraded, uPgraded, you silly woman. (I often talk to myself)

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  3. Friko: I want to give her something for being so generous with her cottage and she will not take any money.
    I am almost tempted to get myself a laptop now, too!
    :)

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  4. Have a great time at the cottage, in the snow or mud or whatever!

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  5. That's a gorgeous flower - sorry about the snow.

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  6. Oh Yes Macs are terrific. Perhaps they will take over the earth? New beds are great, too.
    While I don't feel at all capable of caring for orchids, and thus admire other people's, yours is very beautiful.
    Have a good time away. Isn't it a bit late for snow? Over here it is starting to get cool, at last.

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  7. Enjoy your time at the cottage. I hope your cat enjoys her time on your high bed. Those flowers are gorgeous :o)

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  8. There's no such thing as a dull life, just sustained quiet moments.

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  9. This is my Dad's favourite orchid. Seeing it always brought me warm memories.

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  10. I use a stepstool for not only getting in and out of bed, but to give my old feet a nice stretch in the mornings before I get going.
    I hope you have a great stay at the cottage!

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  11. hee hee...
    «Louis» et Mme. la Vache are Mac people, too!
    Once you Mac, you won't go back!

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  12. I'm thrilled you've joined the MacClub. I knew you'd love it

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  13. Ah. Macs and Phalaenopsis orchids. A perfect analogy. Beauty, style, design.

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