Yesterday somehow the day ran away with me and it was late evening (and jig-saw time) before I had a chance to visit my computer, so hence no post. The farmer and I are having a break from our nightly games of Rummikub and doing a few jig-saws. The one we are doing is one I bought at the Coffee Morning last Saturday and at 500 pieces it is just the right size to be enjoyable without becoming bored with the picture.
A dense fog descended as the day wore on and by tea-time it really was thick. Friend G called and I persuaded her to stay and have some tea with us.
I had made some tuna sandwiches (if you make them with a tin of tuna in springwater do try adding a desertspoon each of mayo and cider vinegar and a good grinding of black pepper - it makes all the difference.) We had them with crisps and cherry tomatoes - very tasty.
By the time G went at around 6.30 the fog was so dense that she had a terrifying drive for the four miles home, having her fog lights on and driving slowly, following the kerbside. She also said how impressed she was by the road markings and how helpful they were.
This afternoon is hairdressing day and this morning I shall make leek and potato soup for supper this evening, and also I shall press my latest knitted baby garment. Won't be long now I hope (due date is the eleventh).
How quickly the time flies by. I intend making my usual four cakes for Christmas - two made, two to go. All being well I shall make another tomorrow morning as I am not going out until two in the afternoon.
Warmer this morning and fog cleared.