I´m home today. I have gotten a cold and have a slight fever. The only disadvantage with the experiment method my hip surgery has is that I´m not allowed to have high fever for more than two days. If I do have that I must have antibiotics. It has to do with germs loves to live underneath those metal parts I have now days. So if I have a slight fever I can´t take my pills against the inflammation in my joints making it hard for me to work or even get up some mornings. Because those pills also lowers fever, so by taking them I would never know if I had to have antibiotics :-) :-)
Don´t feel sorry for me for this, I know of people that have a much more aggressive form of what I have and they have it so much worse than I. As long as I can take my pills my life is quite normal.
The morning is cold and the sun is shining. I have seen migrating geese and cranes flying by my cottage all morning. Deer are upset by something because they have been "barking" for a long time now. Perhaps one of my neighbours are out walking their dogs.
It seems that we only have the staying birds left here now except for some geese and cranes that stays for yet a couple of weeks. Not a swallow can be seen and no bird sings in the trees. But the katydids still sits there in the evening playing their instruments. I have plenty of them in my lilacs, but since they are green and the lilacs still have their leafs they are almost impossible to see. None of my cats shows any interest for them, because katydids can bite and bite hard :-) :-)
The photos You can see today is a couple of days old. I wanted to pick out a couple and post them on both the Swedish Natural Geographic and my photo album on the American National Geographic. Once posted on those places I´m not allowed to post them anywhere else You see. But the morning is much the same so I think they are quite accurate anyway :-)
The older calves were quite curious :-) My dogs are a bit afraid of them so they kept to the other side of the gravel road :-)
Now it´s time for a cup of tea and then a nap I feel.
Have a great day now!