Good morning, everyone. The sun is shining and it was cool overnight so I could snuggle under the quilt. I do sleep better like that so I've had a great night's sleep.
Another reason might be because I was sleeping in an uncluttered bedroom. Yes, I finally got the bedroom sorted. It is now neat and airy and open and I won't stub my toe on anything. I didn't manage to sort through all the cupboards, although I did quite a lot, partly because the bin is now full and I need to wait until collection on Thursday but also because it took more or less all day (with breaks) and by the end of the afternoon I was hot and bothers and rather achey. I'll get the rest of the cupboards done another time.
Another nice thing is those tomatoes getting riper and riper. I reckon the first two will be ready by the weekend. I'll take a photo of one in my hand so you can see how big they are.
For now . . .
The tayberry has changed out of all recognition since the Spring days of a few leaves at ground level. I have now started training the stems along the wire on the fence and am dreaming of fruit next year. Not much, I am sure, but some, enough to do something with.
Today Matt the plumber is here to replace my boiler and give the whole system a thorough overhaul. He says to just leave it to him so I will. I will just potter as there's various bits and bobs of stuff that need doing.
B: yogurt, stewed plums and granola, melon
L: pea and courgette tartlet, side salad, coleslaw, orange
D: burger, new pots, runner beans, fried tomatoes, pink fluff