This morning I collected a matching toaster, kettle and canisters I'd ordered from Wilko. Purple is definitely not what I'd normally go for in the kitchen but a couple of the caravans had been set up with this colour and they looked really nice.
This afternoon Thomas had his physio session. The physiotherapist looked very young (a definite sign of me getting older) but she was really good with Thomas and very thorough. His right leg is the one that's 2cm longer and the difference is between the knee and the ankle. She had him doing all sorts with his legs but the conclusion was that apart from lengthening one leg or shortening the other, which made Thomas laugh, there's nothing she can actually do for him. It didn't come as any surprise really, it's just a process we needed to go through as is often the case with anything medical. She's keeping his referral 'open' though until he's seen her colleague (the podiatrist), just in case he recommends anything that she can do. If he does at least the 'open' status means we won't have to start all over again.
This evening I've got the hexy squares out again and a bit of sewing is taking place. Snitty Kitty mentioned on her blog that she'd donated some material to Project Linus. I'd never heard of it so had a look and it's a lovely project where people make blankets and quilts for sick children. So, I've decided to put my hexy flowers to good use and make a small quilt for them.
As the pink floral is obviously for a girl and I have a thing about not leaving anybody out, I've also ordered some material suitable for a little boys quilt.
I do like my projects to be fair.