While waiting for the bus, I saw a kookaburra sitting in the fork of a blonde trunked gum tree, the pale feathers on his chest and neck the exact blonde of the paper bark. There he sat, still, watching what must have been a potential meal, enriching my wait.
A gang of arguing cockatoos took flight up the valley and flew low and quarrelled loudly while low flying to ensure everyone in their wake was also awake. They circled once and headed north up the valley close to the creek.
I managed to complete and submit my network upgrade business case and reworked and reorganised the wording ( twice) and I am finally happy with the result. I organised flu injections for all interested staff. AND someone will come onsite and do it all here. I wrangled a development timeline to complete the database redevelopment project from the database specialist. And chased a few other bits and pieces; odds and ends.
Leonnie met me at work and travelled home with me, and we collected Geni and her friend Nadia where we catch the bus. A quiet night is on the cards as we sit curled together watching chosen shows and movies and nibbling, sipping drinks all wrapped in blankets and quilts.