Today's garden happy - gazillions of tomatoes. It's just as well I can happily eat pounds of them in a day when I set my mind to it, isn't it?
Good morning, everyone. It's fresher again this morning. Not cool; the thermometer says it is nearly 20C and yesterday's highest temperature was 30C, but so much more pleasant than Tuesday's 38! Beeb says today should be light cloud and breeze with a high of 23C - in comparison, that's cold! :-)
Yesterday was good.
I went to another group's circuits class although there were two there who also go to the Monday class. No modifications for heat were needed and it was good fun.
Once home again, I get some washing out and it dried within the hour so I got it in and ironed and away pretty quickly. Apart from that, it was just pottery things and, as it warmed up, I closed the windows, etc, as usual.
Today is busy.
Hopefully, fingers crossed, touch wood and any other expression of hope you can think of, tomorrow we complete on the sale of Dad's house. Nothing has happened to delay the process, meter readings have been taken, regular outgoings stopped (insurances, etc), the Bradshaws are all set and so are their buyers.
So today (leaving early), I'm off over there for the very last time. I'm meeting Gail and the two of us are going over the house and making sure that everything in the house is as clean and tidy as we can possibly make it.
I'm also taking some expressions of thanks for Gail and Ann next door plus a few welcome things for K and D and their children.
It is bitter sweet - it's hard to realise and accept that I won't ever go there again but so good to know that it has been bought by a family with young children so it will teem with life and energy once again.
I won't be staying there long, just doing the necessary, saying a private and personal farewell to the place and then coming home.
This afternoon it is personal training, changed from Wednesday just for this week. It will take my mind off things nicely.
The girls are coming round to mine on Sunday for a takeaway in the garden (weather permitting) so I want to decide which takeaway to use and collate all the choices. It's lovely that Julia feels she can now do distanced garden things and that my garden is properly accessible for her wheelchair. I'm so pleased.
So that's me today. I'm so thankful for the sensible temperatures again.
How are things with you. Got anything nice planned for today? Take care, have a lovely day and stay safe. xx