I have had quite a busy day - hairdresser and shopping this morning plus an early-morning dog walk and another before getting my lunch. Then this afternoon with W and S to Sycamore Hall in the village of Bainbridge to play ukuleles for the residents to sing 'the old songs'. We had an enjoyable, but tiring, afternoon. The thought of taking Tess for her final walk of the day was a bit daunting but luckily, just as I was about to set out,
H rang to ask whether Tess would like a walk 'along The Shawl ' (a popular walk in our little town. Needless to say, Tess heard H's voice on the phone and went to sit and wait by the front door until she arrived. I breathed a bit of a sigh of relief.
It has been a slightly rainy day here all day - the kind of day that only happens up in the hills, when one is almost in the clouds, so that a fine missle is falling. Now as dusk is falling the sky is lightening and a breeze is getting up. The forecast for the rest of the week end is a good one with quite a warm temperature.
If you are one of those who 'blog with' Thelma of North Stoke I am sure you will join with me in sending her our love and all our sympathy as she comes to terms with her very sad loss.