I think Autumn really has arrived today - it is windy, there are showers and sunny intervals, and it is cold. On the rare occasion that the sun comes out there is still power in the sun but that has not been often today.
Without a list (well, let's be honest, I did make one I left it on the kitchen table) I did a lot of good jobs in town. My daughter in law has had a new hip and I bought, and sent, cards from me and from Tess (who adores her) to hospital in West Yorkshire. I spoke to her later in the afternoon and she has had a walk round her room which is a start.
I went to the Bank and then to the Solicitor who told me that things should really move by next week-end when according to him 'they will move faster than you can keep up with them.' I will believe that when it happens.
Then it was home for lunch and an afternoon spent chatting to a friend. Sometimes a complete afternoon off does a lot of good.
Now it is seven thirty and well towards dark, so I shall sign off and go and draw all the curtains to shut out the dark night. See you tomorrow.