Well, are we all moving forward - or what? Over here in the UK there is only so much time we can give to worrying about the US Election results however much we are appalled by them. After all, we can do absolutely nothing about any of it.
So I for one intend to move on, get on with my life and try very hard to ignore anything that is going on over the pond.
My great-grandchild is due in less than a month. My grand-daughter has shared her pregnancy with me by keeping me updated and has now informed me that there has been a definite shift in position of the baby and that she is now finding herself walking in an all together different way. This last three weeks or so is going to be hard for me too - I am impatient for the day. Also, I am knitting like mad (at least that is keeping me involved).
My visitors went early this morning. It has been a lovely relaxed week-end with them. P is like my second son - I have known him and welcomed him into my house and family since he was in his early twenties and he is now sixty six - so no pressure. D his partner of ten years or more, is a lovely chap, also retired, good company and together they are so happy. What more could anyone wish for?
All the scrap steel has left the farm. The farmer hired two very large skips - the second one was collected late this afternoon - and I must say that everywhere looks a lot tidier.
The last cattle on the farm are going home on Wednesday. There is still plenty of grass for them to eat but at this time of the year it tends to lack goodness, and as these beasts are all destined for the table eventually, it is very important that they do not begin to lose their body weight. So they will be going inside for a bit of fattening up.
See you again tomorrow now that I am 'back to normal'!