Race Against Time

One again loadshed time approaches at speed, and the internet is going at all the rate of a lame slug.  ‘Highlights’ of the day have been going fifty miles across Death Valley to fetch our new garden labour force (Mondays only) and show him some of the ropes, then taking Much Better Half to the doctor.  She has to go for an Ultrasound tomorrow, again the other end of town.  Health! Taken for granted until it stops, and then the devil to pay.

The rest (lots of rest!) of the time I have been filled with a strong ambition to lie down and do nothing; and that is what I have done with much energy and dedication.

Now, I think I have run out of time to get a picture in here. Oh well. One word tells a thousand pictures, or something like that.

© February 2020 Colonialist

About colonialist

Active septic geranium who plays with words writing fantasy novels and professionally editing, with notes writing classical music, and with riding a mountain bike, horses and dinghies. Recently Indie Publishing has been added to this list.
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5 Responses to Race Against Time

  1. Our load shedding starts in 10 minutes time. I am finding it very frustrating as the internet, Skype and phones aren’t working properly and I can’t work effectively.


  2. Hou van die manier waarop jy die gesegde van prentjie en woorde omgekeer het 🙂 Sterkte met julle gesondheid, dis ‘n groot uitdaging!


  3. I wish you both well


  4. SueW says:

    Hope all goes well with the ultrasound scan.


  5. disperser says:

    Truth, about health. It seems most of our time revolves around doctors appointments . . . and we’re fairly healthy!


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