Really really really disappointed. 3am and up like a lark.
Tried to read for a while and finish the Jeffrey Archer and I enjoyed the finishing to the novel. I then decided to go through the account for the Chandelier business, Interieurs. I have sorted all out just to put together the end of year accounts. I also went through a file from Wilmslow which had all the original paperwork. I came across a poem when I was working with the Durham Miners. Hope you excuse this prose!
During the night I took the wholewheat loaf from the bread maker which I located in the utility. Great smell but I am not too tempted-or NOT!
Need to get to the Mold garden centre and discuss the problem with the plants where the leaves are just dying in the hydrangea and begonia which are most disappointing. Going to look after grandchildren Madison and Murray today for Fraser and Melissa to go to Liverpool to meet relatives.
Well a story, when Madison and Murray loaded in the car and us on way from Wrexham to Mold Garden Centre, Eleanor suddenly realized that Fraser had put on stew and told Eleanor to switch off. She had just remember and had to turn back. I see that Eleanor is easily stressed and I try to keep her calm. I know that all the stress affects her different and I ask her that she will go for relaxation and mindfulness with me. We are coping that as a team and it is important that we support each other.
The day is beautiful and we go back to home at about 4pm to enjoy the decking and will be expecting our old friends Jim and Fiona Loy who will be popping in to see on their way back to Glasgow tonight. When they arrived at 6.40pm, Jim had been at a cycle event at Arley Hall and I was shocked that he had just done 100 miles in 7 hours and I don’t know where is energy is coming from. Jim and I went to Ayr College to study building when we were just eighteen and we were both ‘best men’ at weddings. He showed me a photograph taken today with Chris Hoy and I mentioned that I worked for Hoy’s coach. What a small world.
We notice that our pug Hugo has now damaged his rear leg of which thousands have been spent on pinning. We are holding our breath That this is not a permanent damage and what not we need at this moment.
I am now going to relax and I must say- sleep well!