. . . and I'm relaxing with a nice glass of merlot, enjoying the satisfying feeling.
Firstly, our family assembly was fantastic! The children wore their olden days costumes and looked a picture. They remembered their words, the singing was brilliant (extremely tuneful for five year olds) and - well, it was lovely. I caught a few mums wiping away tears.
Secondly, it didn't rain all day and they got some of their playtime.
To go with the Merlot, I am treating myself to some favourite music on Youtube. I've listened to Bach's 'Sheep may safely graze' and ' Gibbons' Hosannah to the Son of David and now I'm revelling in 'Oh, clap your hands together' by the same composer. A real dive back into history as the latter two were works I sang when I was in the Madrigal Group (aka the Chapel Choir) at Methody. Some of the happiest days of my life, never, ever forgotten!