Morning, everyone. Thank you for your lovely comments yesterday. I am glad to say that I did catch up on my sleep yesterday, had an early night and a solid eight hours overnight, so I'm feeling much better this morning.
It was quite a pleasant day yesterday, not all that warm but sunny with just a couple of heavy showers to add interest! Today is supposed to be fine but dull and, as is usual at this time, the temperatures are getting a bit lower on average.
I didn't do much yesterday but got one thing sorted. I'm pretty useless where car stuff is concerned. I reckon that's what services are for and leave it to them to dig out and sort any issues. However, last week the tyre decompression warning came on. It's happened a couple of times before and each time it's been a slow puncture.
However, what with fuel issues and not getting out and about much, combined with an obviously happy set of tyres and no 'drag' while driving, I didn't do anything about it at the time. However, yesterday, I asked Chris if Steve (her other half) could possible just check my tyre pressure (I really MUST get one of those gizmos) which he did and found do problem, no deflations, nothing. So I will keep an eye on it and wait and see. He said he could check it again in a few days.
Actually, Steve said his gizmo came with the car so I must take a look under the carpet in the boot and see if I actually have one myself. I may very well do - I know there's a spare and a jack there. If not, it's ho! for Amazon!
Yes, I ought to know already but I don't!
In the handbook there are instructions for doing a temporary puncture repair but it lost me after the first two sentences.
I watched Strictly, of course, and I feel justice was done in who was eliminated (no spoilers) but was sad because the professional concerned is one of my favourites and it always seems very tough to be the first pair out - after all, they've hardly started. However, I'm glad it was them and not the other couple in the dance off who I didn't think deserved to be there.
Today there is just one thing in the diary. Usually there's two, circuit training and tuition but my student is off on the Y6 residential trip this morning so - no tuition this week. I hope they all have an amazing time and I admire the staff who cheerfully volunteer to go with them, year after year. I never did! lol
So that leaves the Monday circuit training with Lindsey. She's said to bring our mats so that means more ouch! :-)
I'm also going down to the allotment, not to work as it will be sodden after all the rain, but to pick green beans, courgettes and raspberries and see how the autumn cropping broad beans are doing. Last time I went, there were mini pods developing.
Then it is just the usual, every day homey sort of things to do, the things that oil the wheels of a happy life and keep everything nice and friendly at home.
Enjoy your day. xx