I have had a nothing sort of day, a load of washing out on the line in bright sunshine, gathered in 20 minutes later in a bitter wind with driving ice.
A wander round the house with cobweb brush in hand and hat on head, just in case.
Walking Ben as usual, no dogs out today to chat with.
Several brews of tea, BTW Lidl has boxes of 240 PG Tips bags at 2 for £6.
Cereal for breakfast and a cucumber sandwich for lunch.
No sewing but I have cleared the decks completely, still have to clean the machine though.
Went to the library, returned books, no fine.
Found 4 novels and a crochet book.
Got the polish out and then put it back, just couldn't.
Took a photo of the Poncho and then decided that it needs another round of colour.
Settled down on the sofa to watch a bit of telly, went to gather crochet and Ben stood on the remote and has wiped the screen. I have no idea what to do so it will have to wait till tomorrow.
I have no energy to attempt anything that requires thinking, and will not sew till the machine is cleaned.
I may just do some more research on Kindles, I asked Maggie and she does not have one. Mind you she has more books than the library so I can understand.
I have a bad case of the "can't be bothered" I would go and bake some cookies but would sit and munch my way through them.
I may have to go off to bed and watch a DVD, something suitably seasonal, or maybe a touch of Mama Mia is called for, I can sing along, I know most of the words.
I am not really whinging, I am warm, not hungry, can make tea as often as I like and eat when and what I like.
I am going to Ammanford tomorrow and will be doing a food bank shop, all things that can be eaten cold and some really treaty things. As many small items as I can manage, then they can be spread further.
I had a Bleh moment today, someone has been lying to my face and it has left a sour taste in my mouth. Oh well, not to worry, write it off and file it under R for rubbish.
In the grand scheme of things I am not doing too badly. I have everything that I need and most of what I want, (there is a long arm machine and a quilting frame out there somewhere with my name on it)
I have a good circle of friends and the unswerving love of Ben, I may have an iffy hip and knee but the rest is in fine fettle.
Perhaps I just need a rub down with the Sporting Life.
On that slightly insalubrious note, I am off to bed with Mama Mia, if you hear an strange noise it is only me singing along, don't worry about the neighbour, he is out.