Yesterday was an incredibly lazy day. I did get the washing done and dried before the rain started, which is good, and I did the washing up - well, set the dishwasher off anyway. Apart from that I watched the Trooping of the Colours, slept, watched Death on the Nile, slept, read a magazine, slept - oh, you get the idea. I must have been snoozing when the fly past came over (it always does) because I don't remember hearing it and I did have the French windows open!
I did take a few garden photos so here you are . . .
|Taken just to show off the baby truss! That'll be my breakfast in a few months' time.|
|Nice, healthy looking runner bean stems. They're all coiling around the canes now and I reckon once they are doing that they're pretty safe.|
|I just love these old fashioned flowers. Aquilegia or 'grandmother's bonnet' and you can see why it's called that|
I have to do just a bit more today, I really do. I mean, one is meant to enjoy retirement but one does need to get a few things done! I will have to cook a dinner because yesterday Al messaged me to ask if he could come over for dinner today and, of course, I said 'yes'. I've already planned and got my dinner so I can get something from the freezer for him. Better get it now, in fact, so it's thawed out when I want to cook it. He likes sausages and I could make onion gravy.
B: bran flakes with strawberries, mixed berries in natural yogurt
L: cold salmon, mixed salad, watermelon
D: quiche, salad, lime torte
I'm trying to keep my F&V up and I think today I will manage it!