Looking for cranes.
I´ve been home from work today, not because I´m sick but because it was time to make a check up on my latest hip implant surgery. Since the hospital is placed in the opposite direction than my work is there really was no meaning going to work at first and it does take an hour driving there too. So we could get out early in the morning, just when the sun rise on our morning walk.
The swedish weather forecast has promised anything from very warm and sunny to almost snowstorm today🙂 The swedish weather forecasts has actually been so bad that one of the ministers in the government said that they have to shape up, in public🙂 The day started out sunny and nasty cold but clouds came real soon. The cold has stayed but the sun do show itself every now and again. Tomorrow they say it will snow, but only God knows because they have already shown several different weather forecasts today🙂🙂
My doctor was happy to see that everything was great with both my hip implants so now I don´t have to do another check up for five years! I was a bit worried that something might had happened to my implants since I have been falling both outside on the ice and indoors in the stairs a couple of times🙂🙂
I stopped by the lake to see if I could see any cranes there, but the nights are so cold that the lake still is frozen solid. But I did take a couple of photographs on swans and geese instead. But guess if I got surprised when I realized that I also had gotten three cranes on one photograph🙂🙂🙂 I can honestly say that I didn´t see them when I took the photograph and I almost missed them when looking through what I had cought with my camera🙂🙂
I found some acorns outside the hospital on my way home and brought three with me home, they had already started to germinate. These acorns doesn´t look like the ones we have on the oaks we normally find here in Sweden, so I´m hoping it is from the Northern Red Oak from the american continent. They do have a lot of them around the hospital You see. The climate around the hospital is however much better than it is here so I´m not sure they will survive if I plant them here. But I´ve never had a Bonsai before so perhaps I´ll try to make one of these into that.
It´s time to make something to eat and then turn on the tv to see what new ghastly things that might have happened in Japan. I hope You all will have a great day!