Mum says that I am much happier now there are no visitors in the house, and the routines are back to normal. Mum has been happy to come home and slip off the uniform and put some comfy pants and slippers on and relax with me. I tucked into my fancy feast and she made some pasta with tomatoes, carrots and broccoli to get in plenty of vegetable servings and had a big banana for her dessert. Now she feels like chocolate, just a square or two.
We are a bit bored with the tele at the moment. They seem to be overdosing themselves with the cooking, house doing upping and talent shows and it all feels a bit same old stuff. Mum does like Shameless (on late late on a Monday night), the Antiques Roadshow (finished for a little while) and a few of the currant affairs programmes. The Walking Dead will be back in October, and Orange is the New Black, is streaming on a local site. We get a big mix of US and UK programmes, with a few from Australia and about 20% New Zealand shows. Our one income budget doesn't stretch to cable television, but having a DVR means we can record late night shows and movies, and is good for shift work, when you finish at odd hours and want to watch something as 99% of television after midnight appears to be infomercials.
Luckily mum has a big pile of books and a comfy bed, so entertainment is solved really. We know we mustn't complain,, at least mum has most evenings spare to relax and put her feet up, unlike so many.