Good morning, everyone. After a lovely sunny day yesterday, today is misty again so I have every hope that it will burn off and be bright and sunny. For once, it has been good weather over half term, something that must have rejoiced ther hearts of the parents!
Sharon came, worked her usual magic and left so now I feel human again! It's amazing how much better a cut and blow dry makes one feel. I then got everything ready for the curry meal, including a comparatively last minute decision to make some Bombay potatoes and the whole thing was really delicious!
I didn't get out into the garden so that's now scheduled for today plus some washing, etc, and a bit more shopping as a few things got missed off yesterday's list.
I'm getting on well with the chunky yarn sweater I am knitting. I did the front and am now on the armhole shaping for the back. Unfortunately, I realised that I did the front shaping wrong so I will have to undo that and redo it properly - it won't take too long.
That's more or less it really. A simple day with nothing too strenuous, I hope.
Have a good one yourself too.
I'm glad you enjoyed your meal. I've just subscribed to your other blog, Joy. I usually read on my phone and hadn't really noticed your sidebar information.ReplyDelete
It's going to be a beautiful day here but with Lily not very well I think we'll be stuck at home. Maybe a short gentle walk out later. X
Thank you, Jules. I hope you find it interesting.Delete
I'm sorry to read that Lily isn't well - is it a cold? They can be miserable.
We too had a misty start but there is beautiful sunshine now, and a wonderful blue sky. I tried to do a bit in the garden yesterday but abandoned the idea because it was still too cold. The temperature is higher today so I may try again after lunch.ReplyDelete
Hope you enjoy your weekend.
It's like spring today, isn't it. Glorious. It's hard to believe that it is still February (just).Delete
I'm having a good day, thanks, and I hope you are too.
I'm glad for all that good weather you've had the past week. It sure brightens moods! I know how you feel about a cut and blow dry. My best friend is a retired hairdresser, and she is always happy to do a little trimming and shaping. It just makes you feel so good.ReplyDelete
It really does, it lifts the spirits out of all proportion to the thing itself. How lovely to have a friend who can help out like that.Delete