I’ve had a very rubbish week, which I’m not going to write about. However, it’s left me without very much to say at all. I’ve taken a couple of pictures though so I thought I’d share those with you in the absence of anything to write about.
I bought a Fitbit Flex a couple of months ago, and I was going to write a review about it when I’d tested it for a while. However, mine stopped working after 40 days, so there is no review. I sent it back and got a full refund, and I don’t want another one. They’re a good idea, but I can’t be doing with technology that fails after a month.
I was reading up on the Apple Watch this morning, which also has health tracking functions like the Flex, and I think it’s a brilliant idea. When we first heard about a possible Apple watch, I wondered what on Earth we’d need a smart phone on our wrist for, but the project has been very well executed. I have absolutely no need for one in my life though, so I shall leave it for other people to play with!
This is a Pale Tussock moth caterpillar, Dasychira pudibunda. I found it on my drive when I was popping out one afternoon this week. A very random spot! I’ve actually never seen one before, so it was quite exciting.
It’s autumn, and you know what that means: spider webs everywhere. You can’t move in the garden at the moment without stepping into one. However, they’re actually pretty hard to photograph as they all face the wrong way and so don’t glitter in the sun properly. However, I got this photo for you one morning this week. I don’t mind spiders, but I draw the line at having them in the bedroom. If they sneak in there they get carried back outside.