Good morning, everyone. It was another really lovely day yesterday with lots of sunshine, although the sun is quite hazy so late in the year and without the strength of summer sunshine. Still, it was cheerful and happy!
Dave arrived bang on eleven and, after a coffee and chat, he proceeded to make sense of the AVC thingy for me and the forms will be arriving in the next week. He works in the financial field at the moment and knows what's what! He stayed for lunch and afterwards went over my ISA stuff (which he 'manages') with me so that is another thing ticked off my list. Before he left, we fixed another date for him and Anna to come round for supper so, all in all, we got a lot done.
At Slimming World weigh-in, I was very pleased to find that I'd lost around half of my holiday gain. Cheers!
So all in all a really nice day.
Today the diary is blank but, seeing as I didn't actually get any ironing done yesterday, guess what's top of the list today. Also, it is cleaner day so I must sort out carious messy corners and surfaces.
A day at home doing homey things and catching up on stuff sounds just the ticket!
I hope your day is as nice as I would like mine to be. :-) xx
Yes sometimes it is nice to have a day doing exactly what you like when you like I call those days holidays.ReplyDelete
They're a gift, aren't they. I call them 'gift' days but I like 'holidays' too. Not the same as 'nothing' days.Delete
It's good to have a day with no pans and then just roll with it.ReplyDelete
And then maybe a day with no plans... I wouldn't roll with the pans if I were you :-)Delete
LOL - sounds a bit painful!Delete
Congratulations on the weight loss, you must be so pleased.ReplyDelete
A pottering day doing homey stuff sounds lovely. I hope you manage to catch up on everything.xx
I was very pleased, yes. It happened last year and I rather crashed and burned and didn't get back on track until January. That's not going to happen this time!Delete
Thanks, Laurie. xxxDelete
Good for you on the weight loss. I need to concentrate on getting rid of some of the weight I have gained over the past 9 months.ReplyDelete
It's been all too easy, hasn't it, with so much else to exercise our minds and emotions. I would suggest changing just one thing at a time and going from there.Delete
An empty diary is lovely now and again, a day to spend however you please. Wonderful.ReplyDelete
I'm pleased to say my ironing mountain has since disappeared :) X