Raindrops keep fallin’ on my head!

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“The atmospheric conditions have been very unfavourable lately,” said Owl.
“The what?”
“It has been raining,” explained Owl.
“Yes,” said Christopher Robin. “It has.”
“The flood-level has reached an unprecedented height.”
“The who?”
“There’s a lot of water about,” explained Owl.

Rainy day things:

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1. Read.

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2. Work on one’s beauty routine. Don’t worry Papa, I watched over the whole activity, very carefully.

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3. Plan and organize.

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4. Snack on fruit in pretty vintage dishes.

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5. Fluff bedding in the dryer, scented with April Fresh Bounty sheets, in preperation for a warm and cozy nap.

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6. Snuggle with a heated rice bag to cure heartburn, real or imaginary.

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7. Abandon heat bag for a romp in Papa’s recliner.

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8. Allow Frances to snuggle with the rice bag.

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9. Explore contents of toy box.

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10. Nap.

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11. Wrap Marme’s birthday presents.

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12. Tackle Mount Laundry.

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13. And, finally – snuggle up in my chair with coffee and Agatha Christie.

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4 thoughts on “Raindrops keep fallin’ on my head!

  1. It’s raining here, too, so I suspect we’ll need to find similar activities once the little ones get home from school.

    I love how you use soft light and tight depth of field to tell your story. Your photos are absolutely exquisite.

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