Morning, everyone. I was so tired yesterday evening, I went to bd rather early which meant, of course, I was up very early today. Not to worry, I have a pleasant and very 'gentle' day planned.
Yesterday, the weather was up and down like a yoyo. First sunshine, then rain, then back to sunshine, with a few claps of thunder thrown in for good measure.
I got home from SW and decided breakfast came before hanging out the washing and I am so glad because a few minutes later it was absolutely chucking it down! Washing line hokey cokey is not my idea of fun.
Out came the drying rack and the clothes are still there this morning, waiting to be ironed.
Apart from that bit of 'excitement', it was just an ordinary day - if any day can truly be called ordinary. It was lovely and warm when the sun was shining but I didn't get much garden work done as it kept raining (that's my excuse).
Today isn't an ordinary day, of course. It's a most extraordinary day. I'm neither pro nor anti monarchy but today is an historical occasion, it will be very interesting (whether I agree or not) and I want to be a small part of it as a viewer/observer. I do enjoy a bit of colour and spectacle, pomp and ceremony. And Zadok the Priest is my favourite of the Coronation Anthems.
Also, any excuse for a bit of a feast!
There are the usual things to do. There's that ironing, of course, and the 'feast' won't prepare itself, nor will the bed get made and the dishwasher loaded without a small amount of effort. The telly will be on, however, and I have knitting to do to make me feel I am not being totally idle.
Will you be watching or taking the opportunity to do something else in hopes that the crowds will all be inside?
Whatever you do, I hope it's a good'un! xx