January 4th, 2010

Blue Red


Yesterday Steve and I went to the garden centre to get a few fat balls, some new bird feed and a new peanut bird feeder. I don't think they really liked the seed mix I had in there. They were coming and eating it but it was very slow.

I'd been telling everyone that I'd been getting Great Tits at the feeder but at the garden centre bird station I realised that they weren't as Great tits are very large and these birds were quite small.Everyone has been asking me if they are Blue Tits! but I REALLY do know a blue tit and it isn't! so today I've been trying to identify these birds and I'm pretty sure now that they are Coal Tits.

Since Yesterday I've seen some new birds around. In the afternoon a pied wagtail landed on the front had a walk around and flow off. Today a Robin sat for a while on the wooden hand rail before going away and I actually had two Blue Tits at the feeder.

I hope they start coming more now that I've changed the food.
Blue Red

The new TV season and lots of fandom squee

There's lots of good programmes starting in the next two weeks.

I'm really excited that there's going to be a new series of 'Survivor' which is a series where most of the population has been wiped out by a virus and the people who survived had an immunity to it except Abby who seems to be the only person alive in the world who caught the virus, nearly died and then got better and survived. Now (what's left of) the government want to capture her and run test to find out how and why she survived.

There's also the new series' of Almost Human, Larkrise To Candleford, Doc Martin, and Ashes To Ashes. all of which start in the next two weeks. Flashforward, True Blood and The Tribe also return after a Christmas break.

I've got my Lost S5 to watch.
I've started reading the 4400 book 'Wet Work'.
and The Heroes exchange fanfiction will be posted soon.

I'm REALLY disapointed with the people in Celebrity Big Brother this year, but knowing me I'll still be very sad and watch it!

Steve and I have just watched S1 of Life on Mars on DVD. Roll on S2 next weekend!