Yesterday's plans seemed to work out OK. I got to the allotment, mowed, strimmed and weeded, got chilled to the bone so decided to stay inside when I got home rather than work on my own garden. Quite apart from the early rhubarb, the other three crowns are doing very nicely now. Loads to p[ick in a fortnight, I think. I hope the neighbours have some.
I received an exciting email. A few days ago I applied to be part of the online audience for a recording of Have I Got News For You, one of my favourite shows and, guess what, I have a ticket! It's for May 6th and the email contained all sorts of info about connections, etc.
Just one problem - Because of feedback problems, one has to have the sound turned off and use headphones. Not so easy when one have hearing aids so I did something I've been intending to do for ages and have ordered a 'personal inductive neckloop' that I can plug in to my PC (or laptop, phone, etc) and which one wears around the next as a personal loop system (as the name says). If it works, it should help me with Zoom chats and meetings, etc, as well. If it doesn't, I'll have to think again.
Fingers crossed, eh?
Today, being Sunday, Beth and Alex are round for Sunday roast. I'm looking forward to that. Apart from this, I have no other specific plans so I'm looking forward to a gentle, lazy late afternoon and evening.
I'd better go and start prepping those vegetables for lunch. Have a lovely day and stay safe and well. xx