Weasley was cared for by his Spare Sister, and then by the Curly One and her Dad, who returned home first. He says that keeping them straightened out was exhausting.
While there was a lot going on people-wise, we also got to enjoy a little nature drama. A pair of robins built a nest about two feet away from my parent's hot tub, right at eye-level. Robins really don't seem to be very smart about where they build their nests, but luckily for these guys, they didn't attract any cats. This was taken on the day of my arrival. There are four little ones in there.
Amazingly, it was not too many days later when they were ready to fly. In the picture below, one baby has already left the nest. That one looking right at the camera flew immediately after this picture was taken. The other two left the nest later that day.
Being with all those kids must have put me in a child-like frame of mind, because I found this Cookie Monster video to be lots of fun.
And of course, there was lots of grown-up talk, too. The subject of Fifty Shades of Gray came up. Haven't read it, but I found an interesting feline version on We Three, Ginger Cat Tales. I wonder what the bunny version would be. Maybe Fifty Shades of Disapproval?
Well, that's all I have today, as I struggle to get back into the normal routine. I took my laptop with me, but didn't turn it on, so I'm way behind on blog world. I hope to be catching up with everyone soon. So for now,