Well, that's better. After a fairly unpleasant week, the weekend was a vast improvement.
By Friday, I had met all my work deadlines and then in the evening had an unexpected trip to the pub where son Joe was playing drums with Ivory Yardsale. Splendid stuff.
Jo Caulfield, who was hilarious.
Sunday was filled with a mixture of gentle pottering/potting while the sun was out and crosswords and sitting about when the sun was in. Brenda Blethyn in Vera was my evening's entertainment. It's a bit 'Look-out-here-comes-a-clue', but it's comfy stuff and I love the Northumbria scenery.
Now that the mood has lifted, I have great hopes for the week ahead. (Cue Fate rubbing her hands together...)
Last week I was walking round a nature reserve with writing chum, Tracy Fells, and a little robin followed us all the way round (I suppose it might have been a different one but I like to think it was the same). Glad your week got better.ReplyDelete
You never know, Wendy!Delete
Your post makes me want to get busy in the garden. Mine's a wreck because I've been writing and also doing some publicity for my book that is coming out in June. I really miss the relaxation of being outside, even if it's just pulling weeds.ReplyDelete
A garden can be a great aid to procrastination, Elizabeth. Thanks for taking the time to comment.Delete
What a lovely photo! Husband and I really enjoy Vera and are sorry we'll have to wait for a new series now.ReplyDelete
Well, Vera might have come to an end, but now we have George Gently to keep us company, Rosemary.Delete