Note to self - when cooking slow roasted lamb that takes seven hours and needs to be ready at 1:00, don't lie in bed until 6:45! Ah well, I'm sure it won't matter too much in the wider scheme of things!
Yesterday was a bit of a lost day. We spent the last part of the morning and all afternoon back in A&E while they checked Alex over and rebandaged his hand (the bandage had fallen off and also had been vomited on - not good. This was after advice from the NHS drop in centre who couldn't find a doctor to visit! Turns out they should never have advised anyone with D or V to turn up at A&E. Anyway, we got there and after Beth explained everything to the desk lady we were shown to the kiddies waiting place. A while after that along came a rather cross nurse to put us all in a room away from the other patients. That was fine, what wasn't fine was that she was cross with Beth!!!!! I hope that if it was such a naughty thing to do, they dealt with their own procedures and also gave where we had been a good wipe down. I wonder if they did.
So that was yesterday! Today will be a whirl of activity this morning, cleaning and tidying downstairs before my visitors come for lunch. Lunch might be late but then they might arrive late - probably will, in fact! It'll all pan out OK in the end! Obviously, Beth and Alex won't be coming over though.
Just one of those casual days - and the lamb is already beginning to smell pretty good so here's hoping!