Good morning, everyone.
Fingers crossed the first mini cucumber will be ready to cut by Saturday morning! It must be about four inches long and seems to be almost doubling is size every day.
Another nice day yesterday. The SW meeting was fun, as always. I then went to Morrisons - no queues and no shortages, they even had flour! After lunch (which I have around two) I popped to the allotment to water and all was well there apart from one corn plant which had been knocked sideways and nearly snapped across. Beth reckons it was a resident badger!
I had a treat in the mail. Sue, from My Quiet Life in Suffolk , had a box of surprises and she was giving away some of the items she found in it. I received a . . .
. . . which I am sure I will find very useful when I get back to quilting again. Thank you very much, Sue, what a lovely thing to do.
In the evening I got all the ironing done while catching up on some recordings of Back in Time for the Weekend.
Just a nice, normal, homey day, in fact.
Today is pretty much more of the same. Jeff comes at about eight to weed between the slabs and generally give the front and back a good tidy up.
Weather permitting, Chris is coming over at half ten for coffee and a chat but if it isn't great, we'll have it online instead. She and partner went to Hyde Hall yesterday so I'm looking forward to hearing about it.
No personal training - we've decided to give the shoulder a proper rest so that's it until next Wednesday. I might walk out into the country or I might drive across town to Galleywood Common for a stroll around. I'll see what I fancy doing when the time comes.
So that's my day. What does yours look like? xx