Ministry today

The busy autumn is here again. This morning the sun is shining which helps raise the spirit. Gray skies and rain makes no one happy… Otherwise it’s a dry fall and the time for dust clouds. The deflation of land is clearly visible when the open dry fields are subjected to the harsh autumn winds. What look’s like sandstorms is roaming the countryside. The chestnuts are falling and the leaves are turning. A distinct chill in the air is detectable and the air is crisp and fresh. The Ministry is brimming with activity. Preparation for exhibitions are going on and at the same time day-jobs competing about the attention with carpentry-work and redecoration work in the White House. Meetings are relieving each other. The Ministry frogs seem to look for winter lodging in the cellar. So far the Ministry Solar panels are still doing a great deal of the heating job at the Ministry. The lawns are still being trimmed, but the Ministry garden tractor has shown tendencies to foul up the work by not starting… It’s battery received a tune-up yesterday and the day before but still there seems to be an electric problem somewhere that makes it hard as dirt to start up the little rascal. However, yesterday the longest grass got a mowing before the belt came off with the aid of a troublesome twig. There also seems to be a minor electrical problem with the new Ministry chariot, the Black Menace. Somehow it seems that batterypower is “leaking” away if the chariot is left un-driven for more than a week…

Comments are closed.