Humpity Day: Roar…


March is going out with a roar. In my neck of Canadaland, it will be a wet roar. To the north to the east, it will be a freezing wet roar… and/or a white roar.

Roar, Roar, ROAR!

I’m just going to think of the possibilities.

Being in an at-home-rental frame of mind, we watched Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them last night (2016). Besides the beasts, my favorite character was non-magical. And that is all I will say until you’ve had a chance to see it. Oh, except it was thoroughly delightful.

Here be Wednesday in all its Humpity Day glory.

The last one of roary old March.

Let’s just watch the squirrels cavort.


Single Shot Monday: All That Glitters… +

… Isn’t Gold!

Another shot from the Toronto Light Festival at the Distillery District. Probably should save it for V-Day 2018 but by the time that rolls around, I will have forgotten all about it.

In Other News ~

We have clearly entered Mud Season. Squish Season. Gumboot Season. The soggy, smisty — I declare smist a word! — season that is spring. I’m good with that, as long as I get out and depoop the back garden every day. Every. Day.

TMI? That’s life with a G-Pup.

And while I’m there, I might as well troll for spring garden tips. Anything that is green. I see daff tips and chive tips and daylily tips and lilac buds. Woo-hoo.

And, no. I’m not looking through a magic mirror.

Yesterday, we had our first cozy fire since the fireplace was cleaned in August. How did that happen? I know how it happened. This winter was c-c-c-cold. And with the Ontario hydro rates, I didn’t feel like sucking all that heat out of the house for setting… mood. Spring fires for 2017!

Friday Night at the Movies was Miss Sloane (2016). Two words — Jessica Chastain. I’m not sure she breathed through the entire film. Thrills and drama, drama, drama. Have you seen it?

And Monday is in the house.

Git to work. Git to work. Git to work.

Unless this is your day off. If it’s your day off…

I don’t even want to know you. (Thank you, Mrs. Landingham)

Just kidding.