Sunday, November 27, 2016

Droopy Fixer

So mum got up at early bird time and headed off to work today.  She had been rostered the weekend off, but helped out a colleague.  It also helped out mum as she is trying to get the funds in order, and she earns more to work on a Saturday and Sunday.  The bonus too is that she gets Monday off to relax with me.

Last night was super windy in the city and when mum got home and opened the door she noticed that her television aerial had broken off its mooring and was all droopy.  Now mum is a shorty and in thinking of a solution she grabbed the broom and was able to push the aerial back up and move it onto the roof, so that at least gravity would not break the cables.  Best of all when she switched the tv on it worked ok.  Good job mum.

So then she did a stir fry of about 6 vegetables and prawns.  None for me, I just fancy the feast.

Hope you all had a lovely Sunday.


  1. Oh! My goodness Poppy!x
    Clever Mum, don't know what l'd do if my
    dish fell off the's been up there
    25yrs, and been through winds..gales..rain...
    and still holding on! :).

    Nice and dry over here, though cold, still,
    plenty of lemon to the supermarket
    in a hour..they open 9:30 for viewing, and
    filling your basket, and open the tills at
    10:00..plenty of time for a shopping and
    gossiping...HeHe! :).

  2. Jeepers! Does your mum need someone to come and fix it? That could be a danger -- both of you stay safe, away from flying tv antennas!

  3. Smart thinking on your mum's part :)
    Good that the TV still works too.
    Purrs Georgia and Julie,
    Treasure and JJ

  4. Goodness, that must have been a strong bit of wind. Glad it didn't do more damage.

    Have a good Monday with the mum Poppy!
    Sasha, Sami, & Saku

  5. That is nice your mum could fix your TV thingy on your own. Save you some of your mum's hard earned cash.

  6. Most impressed with your kiwi girl fix it solution. Terribly windy here. Hope you are enjoying your Monday off

  7. Your Mom is very smart. Getting extra pay and saving the TV