Mark decided today was a good day to do the garden. It's an annual event and sees us through a full 12 months. There's no gardening as such, but the patio and decking are jet washed. Then the decking and shed get a lick of paint and the furniture, table, chairs and plant pots get a wipe down. It takes a full day, but it's worth it. All I'll do now is add a few more plants and some hanging baskets and hey presto we're done for summer.
My housework fell a little bit by the wayside last week what with one thing and another, but the hoovering gets done every day and the cylinder emptied no matter what, so it always amazes me how much gets picked up off the carpet. I think Wendy is a major contributor to this little lot.
There is more knitting going on and some slightly smaller projects are on the go at the moment. I'm hoping to be able to share them with you later in the week if they turn out OK.
The hunt for a caravan is still on-going. We had a trip out yesterday and we are planning another one tomorrow and possibly, though not definitely, that will be something else I can share with you in the not too distant future.
I'm thoroughly enjoying our lovely weather and refuse to look at or listen to any forecasts in case it's not here to last. Instead I'm just going to make the most of it while I can.
I'm sat here typing this enjoying a cup of Assam tea, Mark is sitting out in the garden and Thomas is lounging on his bed with his ipad. Amy has definitely drawn the short straw bless her. She's sat at the table with her tutor doing something with x and y and graphs. Poor old thing.