I have the windows open, all three of them, just a bit to move the air around. Charlie seems to benefit from the fresh air.
Yesterday I ordered a humidifier. Hoping that too will help him. The acupuncture clinic is closed this week so he skips a week.
I ordered this one based on the reviews. If you ticked a box you got an additional $10 off. Here is the link if you want to see it. Over 1500 reviews gave it 5 stars.
I surely enjoy decorating for Christmas, the only holiday I decorate for anymore. But the day after Christmas, the thought of the city going back to normal is a nice thought and a relief.
Yes, there will be lots of traffic and activity until after New Year’s, but then things should slip back into the regular tread of life.
Have I ever mentioned that I’ve never been to a New Year’s Eve party? I’m sure that isn’t surprising. I have never enjoyed a party atmosphere in my entire life. Even when I was a child parties made me very uncomfortable and I tried to hide in the background.
Chit chat and idle talk seems to escape me. I can’t think what to say. Yet, perhaps unsurprisingly, I can get on here every day and chatter away!
We had a quiet day here. My younger daughter called and the older one emailed.
I watched “Mystery Road” on Acorn TV in two evenings with actress Judy Davis and Aaron Pederson. I didn’t realize she was Australian.
Mystery Road (series) tells the story of Detective Jay Swan (Aaron Pedersen), assigned to investigate the mysterious disappearance of two young farmhands on an outback cattle station.
One is a local indigenous football hero and the other a white backpacker.
Working together with local police sergeant Emma James (Judy Davis), the investigation uncovers drug trafficking in the town, and a past injustice that threatens the fabric of the whole community.
The series highlighted the family dynamics of both police officers, which I found interesting.
I’d never seen actor Aaron Pederson before, who is the detective. He was quite good in the role.
I started watching this two nights ago before realizing that “Line Of Duty” had a fifth season I missed. So I shall be going back to that tonight.
These are the only two series I’ve watched on Acorn TV and have been very impressed by both.