Mmm, I think hayfever season might've just kicked in - late, but so's everything else plant related this year. Hope I'm right that I have some antihistamine upstairs.
This post is being written to the accompaniment of the cat yowling. We're still keeping him inside, have been since Friday and he's going stir-crazy I think. I'd be inclined to let him out now, but J's adamant we should keep him in to keep an eye on him, so we are. His eye is looking quite a bit better, but he's still keeping it closed a fair bit - it's fine when he's got something to look at, but if he's just sitting about he shuts it quite a lot. I suspect we're back to the vets on Friday - they said put the ointment in for a week then come back if he's not totally better, and he's running out of days to miraculously recover ;) That'll go down well with the beast ... not. He was the sulkiest I think we've ever seen him last Friday, and after a week of being cooped up in the house I can only imagine he'll be worse if we take him back this week.
Got some reading time yesterday too both after the tidying and later while I was waiting for dnky to stop being busy and come hunt zombies - read a couple of chapters of the Egypt book I've been struggling my way through for months, then rewarded myself by starting on the book for this month of calico_reaction's book club ("Natural History" by Justina Robson) which is going swiftly, and a nice change to be back to reading fiction rather than having the Egypt book loom at me ;)
The cat has shut up again now, and is back to sitting grumpily next to me so he can come and look pathetically at his catflap whenever I next go to the kitchen ...