It is surprising now how some days are so much more successful than others and I end them feeling a sense of satisfaction. Today is one of those days.
First of all, before going to the Church Coffee Morning, I went into town to buy a Guardian Newspaper and also to deposit three plastic bags of the farmer's sweaters in the deposit box for The Salvation Army. Another job to tick off my list.
After lunch my son came with an armful of boxes to take more books to the Oxfam Shop in Richmond for me. We packed the boxes and then I went with him and his wife into the town and while he took the books we sat in the car and then all three of us went into the Deli and bought a few things.
I came home and in a 'firm' mood I brought downstairs all the papers I had amassed on my desk, sorted them out and put them into laabelled files.
My last job of the day was to e mail the accountant to ask her when the accounts would be done. She returned the e mail within five minutes to say they were done and she would be contacting me on Monday about coming over to tie up loose ends.
Now if that isn't a satisfying day I don't know what is!