Good morning, everyone. It's a bit dark to really tell but it looks pretty dry outside at the moment and yesterday was a lovely autumnal day.
The journey home was so, so easy yesterday. I left straight after breakfast and three hours later I was home. Very light traffic and absolutely no holdups whatsoever. I really couldn't have asked for better. The sun shone, the trees were noticeably more golden than when I drove up and if I'd been wandering or exploring, I'd have taken some photos.
I've been quite lucky this last week. There has been some rain but nothing too bad and often overnight.
After unloading the car, I decided to go to Aldi and do a slightly bigger shop than originally planned. I doubt I will need to do any more shopping this week now. Then it was home for a mega sort out. Food first and then suitcases. I'd been away for ten days so there was plenty of washing; most is now done and the last load is in and doing as I type. I guess it will be ironing this evening.
Apart from that, Sharon is coming to do my hair. It was supposed to happen the Friday before my holiday but she did her back in and couldn't come. I'll be glad to get rid of the Claudia fringe - it's long enough to be a nuisance now. Before then I must sort out all the bits and bobs I didn't put away yesterday - the place looks a bit of a tip right now.
Then, later, it's tuition - all planned and ready and I just need to read it all through.
That's it for today. Nothing too stressful, thankfully. Tomorrow is a different matter but I will tell you about that tomorrow. Have a super day, whatever you have planned. xx
Glad you had such an easy journey. Well done on unpacking, sorting and washing everything straight away - it always seems to take me days to get sorted after a holiday! XxReplyDelete
Well - I'm on the way anyway. I can't claim to have got it all sorted yet, sadly! :-)Delete
It's lovely to go away for a holiday but the return home to the familiar is really rather special, isn't it. You're more organised than me though as it usually takes me a few days to get round to sorting the suitcase out!ReplyDelete
I'm not always. It's just that I had two separate suitcases, one for Dad's before I set off to Notts and then the main one, plus bags of 'what if' stuff which I didn't actually need at all! I couldn't stand the mess! I'm glad I made the effort now.Delete
Glad the journey home was uneventful and you have clearly had a very busy time while you were away. It sounded great fun.ReplyDelete
It's been really good, thanks. I'm glad I went.Delete
How wonderful that your journey home was easy. Your holiday sounded and looked wonderful.ReplyDelete
It certainly was a great relief that the drive was so trouble free - both ways. It's the part of any holiday that bothers me the most; the drive there and back. If I won the lottery, I'd hire a chauffeur-driven car. :-)Delete
I'm glad you enjoyed such a relaxing break and a safe journey home. XReplyDelete