As a child I used to love puzzles. This is clearly something that has naturally passed down to my son, as he has recently become fascinated with puzzles.
This morning when I woke up super early to take my puppy out to the woods I switched on my phone to discover a message from an unknown sender.
It was not necessarily the type of message that you want to get at 5:45 a.m.
Where we live we have a very steep driveway down to the properties. We therefore have a snow clearing agreement with a firm.
The driver of the snowplough had sent me an SMS to tell me that he had unfortunately crashed into my van.
Let me tell you there are very few other things that would make me jump out of bed so quickly at that time.
I got dressed and went out to examine the damage.
My back left light was now in about 50 pieces on the driveway.
I decided that I needed a good walk and therefore took my dog for 45 minutes in the snow.
Arriving back home and now a lot calmer I looked at all at the different pieces. Clearly my love of puzzles came back to me and I fetched the sticky tape.
Surprisingly I managed to actually put back together about 30 pieces of the rear light which would cover the correct colours and allow me to drive the van today.
The show must go on.
Not so sure my love of puzzles will fix the dent though. Time for the tedious task of insurance paperwork.
Doggies: Jello, Ben, Oscar, Stella, Haraka, Harpo, Freia and Ibsen (2 walkers)
Doggies: Pippi and Mira
Doggies: Fant, Leo, Nils, Klara, Milli and Memphis (2 walkers)
Doggies: Twist, Krølla, Biscuit, Amazona and Hedda
Doggies: Mari, Nola, Ferd, Samus, Lucy and Prima (2 walkers)
Doggies: Fridtjof, Nansen, Lucy, Shaq and Vali
Have a lovely evening with your doggies and we are back again in the morning for more dogwalking in Oslo nature.
Christina, Linn, Veronica, Alex, Christian and Matt