Dis connected

I am posting this from my phone . The Internet is still soaked, waterlogged and Down. I have wonderful pictures of yesterday but cannot show you. So. Birds are well. Tane is better. Poppy is naughty. Kim is busy. Fede is packing. The dogs are filthy. The mossies Are out in force. The pizza was good and there were no more snakes.

I hope you all have a lovely day.

Love your friend on the farmy,


26 Comments on “Dis connected

  1. It’s good to hear that you are all well and thanks for making the effort to post by phone. I hope you are back online by tomorrow ๐Ÿ˜‰

  2. Is your internet caught up in the hurricane which was heading up towards Texas earlier in the week? I hope you are able to post today’s pix tomorrow (go on, break the rules for once).

  3. I’m glad all is well on the farmy, have a great weekend and I hope you get your Internet running again.

  4. What are mossies?
    Thank you for connecting by phone. A day without The Kitchen’s Garden has me all out of sorts. Happy to hear Tane and birds are better. Sorry to know Fede is packing!

  5. What are mossies? Don’t know either. ๐Ÿ™‚
    And yes, packing is awful … – ‘Should auld aquaintance be forgot…’, comes to my mind. In German lyrics this is a farewell song.
    Thank you, Celi, for letting us know in few words what’s going on. – Hope tomorrow there will be connection again.
    Love – and have a happy day today.

  6. The old codger has wifi. You could use that if you like

  7. what a last few days for you Celi!! oh well – things could be much much worse, so we always have much to be thankful for!! wishing better days to come!!!

    • You need to encourage bats in your neighbourhood – they’ll take care of mossies right smartly! And they are fun to watch at dusk. Don’t be afraid – they won’t fly into your hair – they are amazing examples of radar and Mother Nature. And of course you know that standing water encourages them to lay eggs and hatch. A drop or two of veg or olive oil on water will discourage that or keep the water moving as best you can.
      Chris S in Canada

  8. I needed help with mossies too. We should, as a fellowship, create an ILLUSTRATED MISS C DICTIONARY in all our free time. Brief post, but no less potent. Hope the internet problems are soon resolved.

  9. Boy have I missed you! My computer has been in the shop all week and I have just spent time catching up on every thing here.
    Mossies are crazy here too – not to be confused with Moggies (cats) LOL
    Hope you get back on line soon, but it gave me a chance to catch up. Big Hugs…

  10. Cogently summarised, Miss C. And those of us Down Under need no translation for mossies. Frogs, geckos and birds are all encouraged in my garden to help clear them up, but our bats are of the ginormous fruit bat variety and are more interested in my fruit, so I’m not so keen… We’ll wait patiently for your photos; it’ll be worth it. You need to get a group photo with you all: Celi, Kim, Cadet, Berit and some of the animal cast of characters; something to help us and him to remember his stay – I’d love to see that! Given Our John’s allergy to the camera, he could operate the pointy end so you could be in it too?

  11. Oh we will so miss Fede! Some darling girl will have quite a catch someday! โ˜บ๏ธ Love that photo of beautiful Godot in the grass!

  12. After seeing Godot positioned on the lush lawn I will never quite see a bride in full white regalia with veil and train quite the same way again.
    Lovely sum up, enjoy ๐Ÿ™‚

  13. You are incredible with your posting! Methinks I would have taken a well-earned day off! For those not from the Colonies there are a lot of words besides mosquito= mossie – Chrissie=Christmas, prezzie/pressie = present, Tassie= apple island of Tasmania and so forth. Don’t particularly like but have to fit in ๐Ÿ™‚ !! Happy about the birds and particularly Tane . . .

  14. Darn technology isn’t always what it’s made out to be – weather says I am still the boss.
    Have a beautiful day C.
    ๐Ÿ™‚ Mandy xo

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