There are severe weather warnings for the east and south of England for tonight. Means we'll have about 3 inches of snow. Or something like that.
I know, my family in Germany is laughing their arses off at that and so are probably all of you in certain parts of America.
I wonder whether my daughter's school will be open tomorrow, and if not, what I will do. How much unpaid 'vacation' can one family afford??
Besides that, no, I am not actually waiting for sheep to fall from the sky, I am reading Glennkill.
Sheep investigating the murder of their shepherd.
I just only started but it's already hilarious.
Lambs asking their mothers whether the shepherd will come back as a ghost to haunt them and the mother sheep explaining that this is unlikely, because everybody knows that humans don't have a soul.
Or the local priest coming to pray with the mourning widow. Afterward the herd wonders, whether this Mr. Lord is going to be the new shepherd...
One of my best friends gave me this book for Christmas and it is also quite interesting because of the author. She is German, in her 30s, this is her first novel and it has been sold in 28 countries. I'd like a detailed account of how she managed that feat.
Here the English translation: