Amy slept out last night and was supposed to be home at 10.30am for our shopping day. She rolled in at 1pm (she had text me), looking shattered and asked would I mind if we went shopping tomorrow instead. That's the thing with teenagers. Their sleeping habits mean you learn to become flexible very quickly.
So, this afternoon I took it easy and indulged myself.
I watched It's a Wonderful Life. James Stewart always reminds me of my Dad. He couldn't stand watching him with his stuttering ways. I love this film though, it's a classic, and the cake was an added bonus although I should really have made my own scones.
I did a bit of jigsaw which is coming on nicely although the pieces did start to slightly lose their definition after an early evening glass of wine. The spatula is to pick up sections I've made to add to the main picture.
And I sewed another cushion cover.
I also officially managed to get rid of these! More time has been spent on finding keys, cutting keys, labelling keys and trying to get into Number 14 with the wrong keys, than I care to think about over the past few weeks.
So even though the day didn't go to plan, my Saturday ended up being very enjoyable anyway.
And I still have shopping to look forward to tomorrow.