The weather is very chilly today; winter seems to have crept up on us and suddenly presented itself, demanding that we get out our heavy coats and scarves. Maybe it is just me and old age. Whatever the reason I was pleased to get in in the warm this evening.
Nothing like as nice a day as yesterday when our trip out to Kirby Lonsdale gave us such wonderful views, today has been cloudy and there is a sharp wind blowing. At least now that the sun is setting the sky is clearing and that should present a good view of the promised meteor shower for tonight.
Not being able to drive is proving such a handicap as I live so far from the main road. Friend W is, as usual, being stalwart but there will still be some difficulties. Thursday is a day when there are problems as I have to have an ECG quite early in the morning and then a hairdressing appointment later. And the distance between the two venues is quite a long way for my arthritis too. I am trying to arrange taxis but so far can't seem to raise a reply from the taxi company. But I'm sure something will work out.
This morning was our local church coffee morning
and lunch was a delicious beef lasagne bought at the church hall and made by A - she always saves us two each. Then this afternoon was ukulele practice - not so many of us today but we had a play together. Now it is in, light tea after the lasagne and I shall now repair to the kitchen by the Aga to watch Strictly Come Dancing and try to do The Guardian crossword. Enjoy your Saturday evening - and if you are in the UK I hope you manage to see the meteors.