That’s the Champagne-O-Meter in the center.
On Saturday the sun came out. Sill kind of attractive, in a good old Winter kind of way:
On Sunday the forecast called for warming weather. Winter is starting to look worn out:
On Monday I had to remove the Champagne-O-Meter from the side yard to the fridge because I hate to see warm champagne. Now it just looks sad out there:
On Tuesday it rained all day. Those are small puddles of grey water pooling in between the dead grass:
On Wednesday it was Spring-like and the trees look like dead sticks and the yard looks like crap:
It’s now Thursday and the yard still looks like crap but it’s way cold. As soon as I finish my blogging I’m going to the fridge and opening that bottle of champagne because I’m pretty sure I won’t be needing it for any more blizzards this Winter and I have something to celebrate: I have champagne in the fridge!
Also, a wonderful new reader from Australia emailed me that she went to see the blockbuster Toulouse-Lautrec exhibit at the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra — and found Le Road Trip on sale in their book shop! I can’t believe that I wrote a book that the National Gallery of Australia sells in their book shop. I feel very important.
I’m itching to show off my Australian accent to my cats, but I can only talk Strine when I’m slightly loaded so I am DYING to get to that champagne.
Have a great weekend everyone!