I was up at 6:45 together with Sooty,Ellen and Zazzles didn't appear until around 9 so Ellen got her lie in,she is upstairs painting skirting boards and the door now and with Zazzles to help that should be fun.
I wandered the long way over to town this morning and managed to get three miles into the old legs.I picked pipe fodder up and then browsed B&M,they do some proper old fashioned ginger snaps and butter crumbles at very good prices. Then Cooltrader for odds an d ends off the cool shelves and finally a quick visit to Wilko's for a larger roasting dish. I picked up a nice ceramic one for £3 which is plenty big enough for a meal for us both. Back to the bus stop 5 minutes early for the 11:15 flier home so a little people watching. I brought two large Cornish Pasties home for an easy lunch,no idea what to make for dinner yet,I'll busk it.
No gardening, the walk took plenty out of my back so I am just relaxing now and watching egg chasers on the goggle box. Catch you soon
Fact of the day
Until 1857, a husband wishing to end an unhappy marriage could sell his wife. The cost was about £3,000 - roughly £223,000 in today's money.
Quote of the day
A successful man is one who makes more money than his wife can spend. A successful woman is one who can find such a man.
LANA TURNER (1921-95)