No post yesterday because I had a busy day. In the morning we had our usual coffee morning and then after lunch I had to have a good ukulele practice because in the evening I was playing with a larger group. And I really enjoyed the experience. It certainly kept me on my toes. There is no looking around for a chord - if it doesn't come immediately to mind you have to miss it out because the tune has moved on.
Today Tess and I went to Sedbergh to meet my God-daughter for lunch in The Three Hares. We had a pleasant journey over (32 miles) through Wensleydale - no views because the cloud was very low and it was slight rain all the way. We stopped for a short walk at Cotter Force (Force being the local name for a waterfall) but we were running a bit late so it was only a short one.
Delicious lunch - it really is a lovely little cafe if you are ever over that way. (Asparagus and Pea soup with a sandwich for A and a ham and cheese omelette for me) and then it was back home. This time Tess and I did walk all the way down to the Force - about a quarter of a mile, so there and back was quite a long walk for me.
When I arrived home I was very tired and have been sitting down ever since. My arthritis is governed by the weather so is quite bad today and that didn't help, but the walk certainly did me no harm.
Now I am looking forward to watching Joanna Lumley's programme on India at 9pm - a country I have always wanted to visit but never managed it, and it is too late now.