Sunday, 30 June 2019

Sunday morning early.

A whole lot cooler here this morning and a stiffish breeze blowing in from the West, but sunny and a lot more pleasant.   After a much better night sleep-wise I got up at my usual time of a quarter to seven and have just had my weetabix and fruit.   Tess has retired to her basket in the sitting room and settled down for another sleep.

Sundays are a predictable day for me with lunch out at our local Golf Club (only three of us today) so at least I don;t have to ponder over what's for lunch.  (it will be salmon florentine).

My son came round last evening with his banjo and a whole lot of music for banjo and ukulele.  I was too tired to really do it justice so he has left it for me to practise.   Changes up to speed -  and of unfamiliar chords - need practice to make perfect so hopefully  I can manage them.

That's my day so far.   If anything more exciting emerges I will be back.


John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

Glad to hear you had a better night and that the weather's more to your liking today. A perfect summer's morning here too. Enjoy your lunch.

Derek Faulkner said...

Little Ellie and I had a pleasant hour and half wandering round the nature reserve from 05.45 onwards this morning. Cloudless and sunny here but with a stiff N breeze meaning it'll probably only get up to around 25 degrees today.

JayCee said...

We too are having a bright and breezy morning so far after yesterday's fog and showers. Enjoy your lunch.

Heather said...

It sounds like a nice relaxed Sunday. Cloudy but cooler here today though the sun peeped through very briefly. I hope it doesn't turn sultry again.
I am having a lazy day today doing this and that. Hope the ukulele practice goes well. You don't want a black mark from your son!
Enjoy your lunch.

the veg artist said...

It's a much more pleasant morning here in West Wales as well. Easier to get more out of the day! I wish someone was cooking my lunch!!

Librarian said...

Enjoy yor day, Pat! Having slept better must make such a difference; I know it does for me. Too hot here today (around 36C) to do much, so it will mainly be catching up on reading and writing.

Sue said...

Very windy in Lincolnshire today. How I would love to hear that banjo and ukulele music.

coffeeontheporchwithme said...

I like Weetabix for breakfast, too (usually with blueberries). Stringed instruments are beyond me. I took guitar lessons for a short while. I barely made it past the sore fingers stage! -Jenn

angryparsnip said...

Enjoy your lunch and I know you and your friends will.
Love that your son is playing the banjo to your ukulele
parsnip x

The Weaver of Grass said...

Salmon Florentine followed by Peach Melba.

Joanne Noragon said...

Practice is the key to most every success. What if we practiced being kind.

The Weaver of Grass said...

Absolutely right Joanne.

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