I tell you, I'm sabotaged. Actually I wanted to crochet some stinky mice, but beneath this blanket...
... a big monster is hiding.
It is also known under the name "Noah the Terrible."
I tell you honestly that the stinky mouse had no chance at all.
Even before I could sew the ears on it, Noah snatched it from my hands.
And the party started.
The mouse looked rather disheveled after this attack and I guess you may understand that I didn't fancy to finish this soggy thing anymore. Noah said, that this was only his way to test the quality. Oh yes, sure!
Well, he seemed a little bit guilty and tried to help me afterwards.
He held the thread so that it couldn't run away anymore.
Hmm, and what is this?
Buääääh, it's definitely not for eating. "Noah, let's stop fooling around and let's go outside."
"What? Out there? Are you crazy?!"
"Not with me!"
"Oh dear, Noah, you look like a wimp."
"Who called me a wimp. I'm the king of the snow, I don't know any cold paws, look how strong and elegant I move in the snow!"
"Oh sugar... could you please help me? My paws are frozen on the tree."
"Iek, who ever invented this cold stuff should be rubbed in with it!"
"I hate snow. Could somebody please bring spring into the gwundergarten?"
"Oh come on, it's not that cold. Just take a lesson from the bunnies."
"But look, I really nearly sink it!!"
Maybe there is a snow monster behind this green shrub?
"Do you play with me, Emma?" - "Okay, let's play hide and seek. Close your eyes, count to ten and I hide myself."
"Hey, you're cheating, Noah! I see it!"
"I tell you: Snow is silly. I take a nap until it is gone. Meanwhile my tin opener runs around with her camera... who cares."
The birds were happy to hear that the cat is in the house again. But before I had time to change the lens to a zoom lens this guy appeared at the apple tree. It just stayed for one click with the normal lens and then Mr. Eurasian Jay was gone.
This little marsh tit was nicer and waited until my camera and I were ready.
Little Punkie arrived too. Uff, he landed happily.
I hope you enjoy your meal.
Little coal tit is hungry too.
But one of my favorites winterguest is the robin.
As you can see even small pets make big dung heaps... and our green waste collection won't come along until march... and so the heap will become even bigger. Well, the roses will be happy about that, because next fall they will receive all of it.
This little survivor whishes you a happy and cozy weekend.
En liebe Gruess / Take care
Alex und das Krümelmonster