Not enough, it's freezing! So I've started on the dark chocolate digestives in the hope I get to eat some before the dog steals them all! Caffeine:
1 cup of tea so far, due to rise precipitously very shortly Number of hours it's spent snowing:
At least 18, must be. And it's still going Wolf ate:
4 (yes, count them, FOUR) toffee crisps. more bedroom carpet, my thermals and a lot of snow Watching: Being Human
, yes, there does appear to be a vampire trend going on in my life right now Weather:
Blizzard conditions, heading rapidly towards a white-out out there. Wolf and village kids loving it.
Yes, I have been snowed in! Whoop! A work free snow day, can't get better than that. Two inches fell overnight and more snow is currently falling. The wolf is ecstatic. Peeps at work yesterday suggested sledging in today, funny guys. So I'm going to spend the day trying out tester paints, making the soap I was supposed to make last weekend, finally
doing the washing up and maybe watching a movie or two. Poor Hannah had to attend a shoot this morning as we were interviewing DM, she lives another 20 mins or so north of me and on slightly higher ground. I just text her to say get out whilst she still can and judging from text reply the questions have probably become rapid-fire and David will be having to talk even faster than normal.
In other work news, Ian is a cock and has (once again) screwed up logging the episode I am now incredibly behind delivering the paperwork for. So I am (once again) having to fix his mistakes. Which meant working all weekend. Which makes me very very angry. Not sure I'm going to last the next four months without killing him or anyone else. Watch this space (and National news bulletins).
Wolf is still driving me insane. He gets so excited if he can see people outside that he runs around and moans a lot. He's had an hour this morning but because the village kids are in the field opposite with sleds, he's going batshit and running in and out the back garden in an effort to go join them. Otherwise, he's actually getting a bit better.
Village news: I have two new friends. Sue and Joanne. Sue lives on the high street and has a little terrier mix puppy called Owen who loves playing with the wolf. His head is so small that the wolf can put his jaws around it. Owen retaliates by grabbing a mouthful of fur on the wolf's flank and just hangs off it whilst the wolf runs around. It's brilliant!
Joanne lives around the corner with her Italian boyfriend, Carlo. They have a 12 year old dog of indeterminate breeding called Luke. Joanne and I regularly walk the two mutts together as we're both new to the area and know very few people. She's a year younger than me and we get on really well. Between Sue and Joanne and the old geezers from the top field I feel like I'm really settling in here. There's nothing funnier than an early morning walk with retired pensioners who swear their heads off and tell you all the tales of their misbegotten youth! Although they're all crap at weather forecasting, they laughed when I told them it was going to start snowing again this morning. Hah! That'll teach you to listen to the girl!!