Good morning, everyone. Another Saturday swings along and we are now into week three of Lockdown. Even now, time is flying. I have no idea of the weather this morning but yesterday morning felt much cooler inside than today does so I am guessing no frost.
Today passed the way most days do. I had a good old tidy up early which was just as well because the cleaners arrived a bit earlier than usual. It was a downstairs day so I went up and spent the hour with my kindle and cross stitch.
Unfortunately, the planned chat didn't go ahead as my friend couldn't make it. Fingers crossed for next week.
The highlight of the day was the Thermomix Christmas cooking demo in the evening. By the end, I was inspired by all the good things I could make and am going to have to hold back just a bit. The largest number here, all being well, is six and, to be honest, how much can just six get through in one day?
For the first time in my Zoom experience, people made use of the 'chat' function - the ability to type in comments - and that worked really well. Lots of good questions and helpful answers.
Today, looking in my diary, I see that today was supposed to be the revised date for a Governors' Conference, a face to face affair, but that obviously hasn't happened. I've heard nothing about anything online so I've crossed that out.
I have to pop round to someone's house to pick something up and, most importantly, go to Morrisons to get a few items for the Christmas pudding which I am making tomorrow. I can also feel the urge coming on to do some other baking, especially after last night. But it is going to be a lazy, gentle, pottering sort of day, checking recipes, looking things up, reading, stitching and with Strictly in the evening. Can't ask for more, can I?
Beth has put up her Christmas Tree and posted a photo on Facebook which I will pop below. She and my Dad made it together and it is just right in her limited space. I love it.
On that sparkly note, I will finish. Be good and stay safe, everyone, and have a super day. xx