Monday, 24 January 2022

Jug

 I’ve now got four days off before nights
I’ve booked Bluebell in for a service and tyre sort out 
Cinema with one friend 
Lunch with another 
Bought this jug on a whim 

I’m feeling a bit down despite my friends  



33 comments:

  1. Isn't that a charming jug -- love it!

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  2. I think January makes a lot of us kind of lost. After the excitement (?) or craziness of the Holiday Season we feel a little let down instead of feeling a slight gentle relief and a time to relax until Spring brings on it's challenges. I also love your pitcher.
    Ruth in Oxnard California USA

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  3. Yes January is not a good month in spite of the sunshine. Love the jug.

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  4. Such a charming pitcher! Fill it with sunflowers or daisies to cheer you up? I'm sorry you are feeling sad just now.

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  5. Anonymous11:10 pm

    You're hoping to meet with another jug?

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  6. that jug is so you! i love it.

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  7. "Hopefully meet with another if I can" sounds mysterious.

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    1. Anonymous9:12 pm

      Yes definitely something mysterious about wanting to meet with another jug! I see John has now deleted that line.

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    2. I knew what I meant but I can’t be arsed explaining

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  8. That's a lovely jug John with a nice mix of dogs as I was once told - You perhaps could have just a little time to yourself to recharge your batteries before having more fun with your friends x

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  9. Barbara Anne12:37 am

    What a delightful jug and it will make a happy compliment to your other fish and animal dishes! Enjoy the whimsy!
    How about having a few friends over for dinner (or a pot luck) and a DVD movie?

    Hugs!

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  10. That is a great jug. Occasionally, I like a day to "drift." Being lost in time and space with no cares is a day to relax and float. Don't over think...just make the decision to relax and float.

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  11. That jug is just right up my alley. Fill it with sunny flowers; it will look splendid.

    Jo in Auckland

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  12. Jugs , pitchers, love love love them! That one has a lot of personality! -Jenn

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  13. Feeling lost here despite my family. Maybe it's just the time of the year or the years of covid or...whatever. We feel what we feel.

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  14. I really think you have an amazing collection of crockery! I am away and not commenting much, but I am sorry you are feeling down in the dumps.

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  15. I am so sorry you are feeling lost. I agree that a lot of us are. But the jug must help. It is perfect.

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  16. Retail therapy cures many ills. Nice Jug.

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  17. I love that jug! It's happy and light hearted!

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  18. That jug is just scrumptious.

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  19. I too love the jug. I have one very similar but with chickens on it.

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  20. Oh I love that jug. And perfect colors for the cottage. I understand feeling lost; you don’t need to be alone to feel lonely. Still glad you have such exceptional friendships.

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  21. Love the jug, it's just so you! Blame the lost feeling on the time of year. I always think Jan/Feb are the worst months. We've had Christmas and New Year and it feels like winter should be over - then BAM! the bad weather really hits and spring seems like forever away. Be gentle with yourself. Enjoy the company, whether human or furred. xx

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  22. That's a nice cheery jug!
    It's that in-between time of year.
    We are struggling a bit too, I think a lot of people are...which is not really any consolation, sorry.
    Hang on to those friends and family x

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  23. That's a cheerful jug. Hope it brings much pleasure. xx

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  24. Love the jug. Narcissi, maybe? But yes, it's a tough time of year. xx

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  25. The cruet birds compliment this jug

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  26. . . . . why don't I find things like that 'on a whim?'
    Hang in there John x

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  27. Love it do they do a cat one? Where did u get it?

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  28. That is such a cheerful looking jug. I love the expression on the dogs faces, and one dog has even found himself a stick to taunt the other dogs with.

    January won't last too much longer. My birthday is coming up, but a January birthday here in the Midwest is usually on a freezing cold day, often with snow. It looks like we will be skipping the brief January thaw this year due too climate change I guess. I have often thought I should move my birthday celebration day to sometime in May, when I am not feeling as grim as I always do through January. 5 degrees for a low here tonight,and a brisk wind from out of the north.

    Remember,dreary January is almost done.

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  29. That is a loverly jug. Is it a one-off?

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