Good morning. Well, to quote a song, what have they done to the rain? We were supposed to get some yesterday and, while it did turn black several times and I wouldn't say it was warm, not a drop fell here. BBC weather doesn't seem to think we will get any for several days either, which is great for the kids on half term but not so great for the garden. And the sun is just starting to shine.
I managed to get out for a lovely early morning swim yesterday morning and was home by 8:30 so it really didn't interfere with the day at all.
Chris and I had a great old natter about this, that and the other before she left and I went to do a bit of shopping.
I'm struggling to recall what I did after linch, probably because I didn't do very much. Oh, I know, I got three loads of washing done and dried. How exciting!
And that was about it really. I sat and knitted, finishing off the little jacket I have made for a friend's son and starting another with some left over yarn. I read part of the new Good Food magazine. Er . . . obviously not an exciting day!
Today I have a tuition session from nine until ten thirty, for which I am all ready and prepared. I'm very much hoping Beth will be round later and this afternoon Jeff (sort of gardener) comes and I will show him the way I want him to get the weeds off the patio, using my tool to scrape the roots out, not just cutting them off at ground level which does no good at all (unless you are a weed!).
As it is half term and there's no pottery class, I won't go to Slimming World this evening, I will go to my 'real' group tomorrow evening and I'm looking forward to that.
And that's about it although I am sure I will find plenty of stuff to fill any gaps. It's amazing how life does that, isn't it?
Have a good'un, everyone. xx
No relevant photo so here's another clematis one. :-) Flowers are so beautiful close up, I think.