Tuesday, 9 June 2020

Tuesday

Good morning, everyone.  Yesterday evening the sun was shining and it's shining again this morning.  Lovely!

I ended up spending yesterday inside, more or less.  Beth came round, had breakfast and a chat and then went upstairs to catch up on some sleep while I pottered around.  It was a Bitzer morning - bitzer this and bitzer that!

One of the bitzers was going online and definitely booking for Hyde Hall.  The RHS places (and also National Trust and English Heritage, I believe) are now open to members but you have to book in advance.  I booked two for later on in the week, arriving between twelve and one, and I'll meet Jackie there.  We might take a picnic as there won't be any eating facilities.  We both love Hyde Hall so I'm very much looking forward to this.


After lunch, Beth took herself upstairs again to hold a teaching session with a little friend online while I had a most enjoyable chat with Val, also online.

Beth went; I watched telly and read.

Today is rather busier.
I have a basket load of washing and, as the sun is shining, I'll get them done and out on the line nice and early.  I was holding off in the hopes of better weather and now it's here.

It's the Slimming World Zoom meeting this morning (2 lbs off - yay!) and that's always fun.  Then it's an hour for breakfast, followed by a chat with Chris, either online or in the garden, probably the former.

I intend taking a walk to the allotment after lunch.  Usually, I take the car because of tools, etc, but I'm not going to work much (except for the occasional, unlucky weed, maybe) but just to take a look, talk to the plants (!) and generally enjoy the vibes there.  I suppose I may come home with a few sticks of rhubarb and a few radishes.

The house needs a bit of a tidy up so I will probably tackle that at some point too.

So that's my day today.  I think it will be a good one.
Stay safe and be happy, everyone.  xx

8 comments:

  1. It must be so nice to look forward to a trip out later in the week. My nearest National Trust garden is within walking distance so I might see if I can book a visit for next week. X

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    1. It is really very nice indeed. Here's hoping the weather doesn't spoil it. It'll be nice to walk around even if it's damp, but a picnic wouldn't be so great really!
      Good luck with booking your day.
      xx

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  2. Enjoy your day and your trips. sound nice...

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  3. Your day trip sounds lovely and a picnic even better.

    God bless.

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    1. Hopefully. The weather forecast has changed and Friday doesn't look so great now, Never mind, Hyde Hall is just as nice in the rain, It just means no picnic.
      xx

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