Well at least it has righted itself in so far as I can now get on to more of your sites and leave comments - that is better than nothing. One step at a time. So many of you have tried to be helpful (especially Rachel) but I follow step one and then I am totally lost. But without blogging I really would be totally lost - it keeps me going in so many ways. I have made so many friends and look forward to their comments almost daily. It exercises my brain in that I have to keep thinking of something to write about - then about putting it together - then typing it up - then reading and commenting on your posts - and before I know it a couple of hours have passed - a goodly part of the day when like me you are more or less house- bound(this week's house visits twice on jollies plus a lovely long visit from a friend is an exception).
Well the weather had been the typical English example - a week of very hot weather with temperatures up in the thirties in the South of Englad but now today a sudden drop and a chilly wind to boot. Saturdays are my day for attending to all my pots. I managed to water them all but had to give up on the feeding - it was just too windy and I was in danger of being blowing over.
A nice evening to look forward to my son and his wife coming round for a pizza, so the table is set ready and my carer did a covid test this morning. My son and his wife have not had covid and because of his wife's poor health he would rather she didn't go down with it so we try to avoid it. Luckily my flow test came out cheerily in good form.
So I shall go and make myself a cup of tea. See you tomorrow.