Morning, everyone. Well, yesterday turned out quite pleasant with actually some sunshine from time to time. Amazing. In contrast, today looks like being horrible but not to worry, there are always things to do.
Making the list worked wonders. I managed to tick everything off and feel so much brighter for it.
The ironing basking is now empty for a short while and I don't plan to do any washing for a few days.
I got out into the garden and cleared the target raised bed which took no time at all. I looked around and decided I may as well do some more so I pruned, cleared, dug out old stuff, dug in old stuff and generally gave everywhere a bit of a haircut. It looked so much better once I'd decided the drizzle was getting a bit too much for comfort and went in. I can now see the snowdrops so much better!
I'd thought of doing the little front strip today which would take all of ten minutes but not if the forecast for heavy rain is correct. We will see what happens.
The chat with Dad was, as always, very pleasant. We explored ideas for a bit of extra support for him and it was all very productive. I'm so glad he has taken OK to Zoom.
I've started the shopping list - it surprises me how many things one finds one needs, both in fresh stuff and in cleaning materials. This week, I'm down to my last bottles of bleach and disinfectant. Not things to run out of at the moment, are they?
And, finally, the hexagons continue to mount up. I find it is easier to knit several and then to pin and steam press them rather than waiting till the end and then having a huge pile of them to steam press. I don't think it will be long before I have enough to stitch them all together and then sewing in all the lose ends will probably take ages. :-)
Today starts with a chat with my friend, Val. Then it is personal training for an hour after which I will be glad to sit down and have a relax, I am sure. I'll fit in the daily wipe-down in the afternoon and the rest of the day will be lazy stuff like telly, knitting and reading.
Are you looking forward to your day? Hope so. Stay safe and well. xx