It’s been a very wet week… a monsoonal low hovered above us for the first part of the week, threatening to develop into a cyclone, so work was cancelled on Wednesday. Thankfully the tropical low came to nothing but I was grateful for the day off. The low pressure system has been hanging around causing a lot of rainfall and some strong winds. Consequently our walks have been stolen when possible, avoiding the worst of the rain; and have been a bit shorter than usual. This lack of exercise is not without its repercussions and the fabulous one destroyed a professional development handout booklet from work. Whoops. The dog really did eat my homework!
At the moment our thoughts are with those communities to our west who are being hammered by Severe Tropical Cyclone Lua, which is currently a category 3 system.
Our doggy play date wasn’t cancelled yesterday but was a bit soggy.
This is what Flo looked like after a few minutes. She didn’t smell very nice either.
This is how she got into that state. It’s all Sammy’s fault.
But it’s worth it – they have so much fun!
Meanwhile, back in the garden, we found this spider. It’s a rainbow spiny orb weaver spider (Gasteracantha westringi).
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