...................but two swimming sessions have been booked for next week.
there was still no news about exchange and completion by yesterday, I
booked a second week in the caravan. At least charity shops will have
re-opened so I can have some trips out to nearby towns for a bit of
treasure hunting to fill some waiting time. I walked by two charity
shops in Stowmarket last week. In the RSPCA shop there were staff in
getting ready to open on Monday. In the Oxfam shop next door they still
have all their Christmas decorations up and in the window. Surprising
that they hadn't organised someone to go and take them down to prepare
for re-opening at sometime over the last 3 months I thought to myself.
to hear about the death of Prince Phillip yesterday, but 99 is a good
age, more than a lot of other people are lucky to get!
the Grand National on TV today, each year it brings back a tiny memory
of watching it once with my Grandad (Dad's side of family) and him drawing pictures of horses
for me. I don't know what else he could draw but he was very good at
houses and horses. We weren't a family who had close relationships with
Grandparents which is probably why I remember this. Hope no horses or
jockeys are injured or worse during the race, with a field of 40 horses
and all those jumps it's always a fear.
- Swimming sessions booked
- Somewhere to live until the 26th April - just in case
- Still plenty of books to read