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14 December 2014 @ 01:43 am
Is it still the weekend?  
Today was a lot of fun. My sister had found a place that sells garden pots and statues, and wanted to buy a birdbath so she asked if I'd like to go with her. Oh boy, it did not do my credit card any favours. I bought the cutest dragon - his name is Ralph, apparently - and once I find his forever spot I'll take his photo and share here. Also a small curled-up sleeping dragon, a tiny turtle to go in my birdbath and a terracotta possum to hang on my rear deck.

One other thing they had, that I'd really like, is a letterbox made of stone and mounted on a concrete representation of a tree trunk, complete with possum popping out of a hole in the tree. That's on my wish list, for when Christmas is out of the way and I've saved the requisite cash. It's gorgeous!

Then off to see Paddington at the movies, which I thoroughly enjoyed. I won't say anything about the plot here, but I laughed, and worried, and nearly chewed my fingernails off in one spot. And Peter Capaldi was a dear, albeit a creepy one *g*.

Tonight I mainlined the first three episodes of Sleepy Hollow, which I really did enjoy. Looking forward to watching the rest of it now.
Current Mood: lazylazy
moonlightmead on December 18th, 2014 05:59 pm (UTC)
Hee! Would it surprise you to learn that I don't actually have a flower garden?
What? Yes, it would! Or, at least... I know some Australians go down the 'if it's not native flora, I'm not planting it', but then... you wouldn't have a lawn, either...
miwahni: Pros Doyle Christmasmiwahni on December 19th, 2014 09:42 am (UTC)
In our climate natives are a good thing, but no - I have azaleas, and bromeliads, and China Doll with its bunches of purple flowers,and hibiscus but no actual flowerbeds. An oversight, I know *g*.