Spending time playing Tug-of-war using a full sized rope, out in the fresh Spring air, while other people may be stuck in dull offices, or any number of places that are not such fun! The rope was borrowed from a local secondary school by Cleo for sports relief, and the nursery children really wanted a go! I really want to buy one now as they had such a great time and there is so much they can get from it learning wise! I had a quick look and they do not look that expensive really.
Being able to leave early enough, occassionally, to get home in time to have a look in the garden. Lots of new developments-the violets are bigger, the forsythia has lots of buds, the daffodils have opened, the pond is full of spawn, and the guttering desperately needs replacing on the shed.
Happening to overhear that small kittens are available. This is her(Kitty?)-who is currently trying to destroy a box of glasses my Mum gave us-clinging onto my pajama top earlier. Tiger and Lily came from school too. They were strays, and were found in the neighbouring (then derelict) building, by some children from the school. They were rescued by two of the teachers and brought to the staff room. Tiger boldly walked around saying hello to everyone, while Lily wisely hid under a chair!