Look what showed up in our garden yesterday morning. Pass no remarks on the fact that the grass isn't cut - I'm so glad it wasn't. Since our cats passed on the wildlife has gradually been steadily increasing here and this was a delight although I'm quite sure that our neighbour across the field won't be best pleased to see such a visitor in the vicinity of his chickens.
I've never seen a fox up this close - but this one was very young. Tom had just put out some stale bread for the birds and he helped himself and just wandered around for about 15 minutes.
This top photo is a bit blurry - shooting through the kitchen window - but I love it :)
Things continue to be very busy here and we're both getting fed up that admin work and other commitments leave us no time for our creative pursuits. But it's a holiday weekend here so all the offices are closed until Wednesday and then we're into the festival next weekend, so at last there'll be some end to all of this.
I've never worked in a regular workplace for very long - I think 10 months was the longest. As a result, time management or how to prioritise things are not among my skill set. So I have this really incapacitating tendency to carry everything in my head - jobs that don't need doing for another 6 months are lumped in with things that needed to be done first thing this morning. Once I start working on booking a tour there are immediate responses needed and it would be so good to learn how to park all the other stuff and get a good night's rest and have some clear headedness for writing and creating! Any good tips would be most welcome.
Have a great weekend.