After one absolutely beautiful, Spring-like day, today is much cooler and quite cloudy. Typical April weather I suppose.
My niece, who has been staying with me since just before the farmer's funeral, has gone home this morning and I expected to have the day alone. But, of course, friends have rallied round and soon after she had gone friend G rang and we went out to lunch to an Italian (sea bass), then watched a
TV programme she had recorded about The Yorkshire Dales and then came home. Within half an hour friend W called to arrange another thing - a ukulele lesson!! Watch this space.
It seems a very long time since I watched the News - I really can't bear to hear it as the whole world seems to be in such turmoil. My view of the world situation is that 'they' only tell us what they want us to hear, which may or may not be right, depending which side one is on, and as I am
in any case powerless to affect it in any way I feel justified in burying my head in the sand. I do of course get distressed by the thousands of displaced people and the thousands upon thousands of small children whose lives have been irrepairably damaged in so many ways.