Start off with an apology. As Rachel and Tom both spotted and pointed out. Yesterd ay my mother would have been 130, not 103 - I do apologise that I didn't spot the mistake myself on my proof read.
It is a lovely warm and sunny day today with just a light breeze. I had a pleasant walk with Percy and a couple of nice chats on my way round. One, with M who was wondering how to prune her Hebe when it finished flowering. She doesn't have a computer so I came home and looked it up. Then I wrote it out and took the instructions round to her.
When I got home I rang the Newsagent to ask how much my paper bill was up to tomorrow. Once I had the amount I made out the cheque, stamped the envelope and went out again just to cross the road to the Post Box before the postman got there. So that was three walks, none of them very long but enough to wear me out -don't know about Percy I didn't ask him.
Time for lunch - delicious fresh Sea Bass fried in a mixture of oil and butter so that the skin was crisp then turned over for a couple of minutes just to lightly cook the other side. Served with a small jacket potato and green beans it was absolutely scrumptious. I tidied away, stacked the dishwasher and turned it on, took my coffee through to the sitting room and fell asleep. I awoke after three quarters of an hour - don't know whether Percy fell asleep in the garage.
Now it is tea time and the day has almost gone. It is lovely that at last I have been able to have a day when the patio doors could be open all day. I have some delicious Brie in the fridge so I shall have that for my tea with a tomato salad and that should finish the day on a high note. A couple of hours and it will be time for Monty and Gardeners' World. All's right with the world.