Good morning! There's a very pretty sky as I look out of the window on this early Tuesday morning. Perhaps not terribly positive as far as weather is concerned but still - attractive.
Yesterday was a mix of cloud and sun and really not very warm; I didn't want to sit out. A shame but not to worry - the warmer days will return, I am sure.
I left Dad in the midst of some IT work with Open Reach, trying to sort out why he has such a weak internet signal. Nothing was resolved and it's all very frustrating for him. It was a good journey home with just the usual holdups around Little Hadham (they're building a by-pass around the village) and I stopped off at the allotment to take a look and pick some of my lunch and dinner.
This is what I came home with to go with Dad's green courgette.
I reckon we will be eating our own courgettes in a week's time. They've really taken off!
The runners and the baby corn are thriving too.
(as are those perishing weeds)
The tomatoes at home are looking great, lots of mini fruits but no hint of ripening yet. Once one starts, they will all get the idea, so I will be patient.
After the usual unpacking and sorting out, I sat down with a coffee and promptly went to sleep! I'm not sure if I was tired or just relaxing but it was very pleasant, all the same.
Today, the biggie is first thing with a visit to the dentist for Mr Clough to 'review' the gaps and decide when the implants should go ahead. Seeing as this should have been in April, I can't see there will be any issues and I will hopefully have some actual treatment dates soon. I'd like to get it done and dusted!
There's nothing else in the diary for today but I need to do some tuition planning and to finish off a pile of ironing, not to mention some mowing and weeding You-Know-Where. So it will probably be quite a busy day, on and off.
Stay safe, everyone. xx