Another still and very peaceful morning with a promising looking sky. There's a hint of pink up there with makes me think of 'red sky in the morning' but the forecast doesn't hint at any rain.
Yesterday turned out to be one of those days when everything went according to plan, more or less.
The window was measured up and it should be fitted before half term.
The cake rose beautifully, Jenny came, saw and enjoyed and we had a grand old chat. I now have eight individually wrapped slices of sweet deliciousness waiting to go into the freezer for school lunches.
I managed to find a printer that fulfilled all my requirements for under £100. It was dead easy (even for me) to install, set up, etc, so I am no longer printerless. Phew.
I managed to get more fence paint and a wider paintbrush from B&Q, but not any bags of granular salt. They only had the big bags which, while being much more economical, are impossible for me to lift, so I'll have to go back another time for that. Actually, I might look to see if I can order some online and get it delivered.
I didn't do any fence painting but I could have, I just decided it was too hot!
The meal and chat at the hare was lovely - a fantastic way to end a very good and enjoyable day. We were there quite a long time but, as they weren't full, it didn't matter.
Today is school, lunch at the pub with Beth and Alex, school again and then home. Hopefully I will then be absolutely ready for next week!
And I love my new printer which does back to back printing automatically (when I tell it to!) and I was highly impressed with the colour and clarity of the photo printing. Great stuff!
That was yesterday. Today is school, lunch at the Flyer with Beth and Alex, school, home! Not particularly exciting but there you go! The exciting times are past and gone.
And now I need to make and print the reading record sheets. It helps to start off organised anyway!