Lovey-Dovey has taken up residence under the carport. Her nest appears to be half a dozen twigs, hastily thrown down to form a platform. I now can't park the car under there (much to Grant's amusement, though I notice he didn't park under there either), because she gets a bit worried if we go any where near her. I can't imagine how she's going to keep her babies in that nest. Hope's gathering up teat pipettes and shoeboxes lined with towels in readiness. Great, sleepless nights again!
Rosie looks very beautiful in her new collar (see previous post!). I must take a pic later and I might put her as a permanent fixture on my side-bar. She does have a tendency to look really sad in photo's, so I'll have to try and get a pic without her knowing.
I'm so looking forward to my new online class starting on Sunday. It's a Vintage Gluebook class being run by Mary from Green Paper Packages. It's running over the next 3 weeks but you can join any time within that 3 weeks and still get all the classes (there'll be 3 a week). All the images are provided by Mary so all I've got to have is a gluestick, scissors and some paper.