Today has been the sort of day I've been craving for a long time. Slow, gentle, steady and full of nothing very much.
A morning trip to the shop with Mark for some boating necessities.
A new notebook and pen chosen by me, for me at a grand cost of £1 for each item.
Tea and cake in the garden.
And an early evening glass of rose.
We don't BBQ at Number 38 but our neighbours do and the aroma of burgers and sausages has been wafting around all afternoon. I love the sound of summer as long as it's gentle. People chatting in their gardens, music drifting through open windows, children laughing, birds singing and even the sound of lawnmowers (although these are on a time limit before they start to annoy me).
Last night we were sat out at 10pm watching the bats fly backwards and forwards and it's certainly warm enough to do that again tonight, wrapped up in my housecoat with a cup of tea.
Hope your Sunday has been a long one as well for all the right reasons.