Saturday, 14 February 2015

A dismal day here with dampness in the air.  Still the temps are up slightly, so not so cold.

Think the girls have the right idea to snuggle in in their beds.



Polly in the big bed.



 Polly roaching, whilst Honey sleeps.

  

We wish you all a Happy Valentine's Day.

Remember to hug your hound/s.

7 comments:

  1. It's too bad that the hounds can't invite you to snuggle with them!

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  2. Hazel, I can snuggled up to Polly when she's on my bed and with Honey when she's up, but they won't get up together yet. Honey would share, but Polly get's off as soon as Honey get's up.

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  3. Definitely lots of intelligence displayed here. Stay cuddled, cozy & warm. Works for me!! Hope the dismals get gone right away. We had sunshine today, but are told rain is on the way. Nowhere we must go out this coming week, so we'll try to be as smart as the girls!! TFS & Hugs

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  4. I'm with the girls - altho we have been a tad cool, the weather has been beautiful - but you know how it goes when the CFS/ME kicks in - I hate the accompanying mental sluggishness, too. Do you find that difficult to cope with? How do you manage? love, de

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  5. MaryH, We are supposed to have rain later and at the moment it is dismal with a dampness int he air. Hope you get out in the dry spells.

    Donna, When the sun shines it does make the cold easier to handle:) Like you the Fibro is affected by the cold, so I know it will take the temps rising for it to improve. When I get the fatigue, my brain is definitely fogged. I have to just sleep and then the fog usually isn't as bad.

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  6. Sounds good to me. Have never been so cold for such a long time, looking for a break from the snow and freezing temps, but the Mother Nature won't participate!

    Hugs
    Sue

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  7. Sue, Hope the snow soon goes and you are left with sunshine.

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