In the Herald today we read of 3 cheetah cubs at the Orana wildlife park who had to be put down because their mother abandoned them.
I remember prescribing for a cow in Ireland who did the same thing to her calf. I prescribed Sepia.
The farmer was amazed. ” Next day she was hollering for her calf,” he said.
I had to go to The Warehouse for something essential so of course was drawn to the bargain bins in the DVD and CD department. Fatal.
They were selling 3 CD sets for $5 each! I bought two. “A Nostalgic Christmas” and ” The Ultimate Family Christmas.” I now must have every Christmas song ever recorded both secular and sacred. Well perhaps not sacred but certainly secular. The thing is I got them home and could not bring myself to play them. It seemed just so wrong to play a Christmas song in April. It was the same prohibition I feel about going into a men’s toilet in a completely empty building. Then I thought, ” This is silly – if I play a CD and noone is around noone will know and it will be OK.”
This is ridiculous! Where do I get these crazy ideas? We are expecting neighbours to visit and they will be greeted by the chipmunks singing ” Frosty the Snowman.”
It does you good to defy convention.