The cemetery is probably only one mile from Manchester City Centre so I asked Mark to drop me at Abakhan to see if I could find any fleece for the quilts. I've never bought from the shop before and didn't know they worked on a 'buy by weight' basis. They were happy to cut metres for me but these pieces were just over the measurement so I had to take them as they were which wasn't a problem. There's 2 kilos of fleece here and this lot cost me just over £22 although this included a 20% discount at the counter plus a further 10% because I picked a red button from a bag.
Thomas went to school in his Sunday best this morning. They were off to church today to take part in a mock baptism and were asked to dress formally so he chose to wear a shirt and his jacket.
Amy is in college this week. All new students have been invited in for the week to attend classes to give them an idea of what the courses involve. The subjects she's definitely chosen are English Literature and Creative Writing but she's torn between History and Psychology for her third A level so will be attending both classes to see what she thinks.
And Matthew rang us tonight. Sophie had been for another scan, there have been concerns lately about the weight of the baby and they've decided they are going to induce her tomorrow, which is 3 weeks earlier than her due date. Guesstimate for baby's weight is 4lbs 6ozs, so if they are right she's going to be a little tiddler.
Feeling worried and excited for them at the same time.