So, poor Queenie had to sit patiently and play with her hair (well, she must have been so bored one night because I was nearly a day untangling that damn thing for her, heh heh heh!)
Here she is, impatiently swishing her tail at me and yelling at me to get her finished already.
(The white behind her head is actually the window at the other end of the room reflecting through the fabric, not me suddenly deciding that some beads and krenik would look quite good coming out of her hair.)
Everything has started back for Bec now, she had her first violin and orchestra session last week so I'm backing to taxi-ing her everywhere, I don't really mind though, if she enjoys it then I'm happy to do it.
I've been covering someone at work which meant four days of actually learning the job (it's very bitty) plus doing my own so I'm extremely snowed under at the moment but really enjoying it. I'm feeling it though, when I get home I'm shattered!
I spent a lot of time in the garden over the weekend, potting up bulbs for Spring and adding a splash of colour for the Autumn season too. I've decided that after covering over our borders with chippings and bark to stand the pots on, that I'd quite like to take it all off again and have a proper border instead so that'll be my job over the next couple of weeks. Watch this space!