It’s not much of a weekend here in our part of paradise, rather grey and blah and feeling a little damp. Not quite cold enough to put the heat pump on yet, but not warm enough to sit outside either. The sun was trying it’s best to shine through the misty cloud cover, and I was so pleased with the photo I managed to snap. This was taken about 3.00pm yesterday.
A funny sort of day
We took a trip to hospital during the week as Robin was due to have a procedure done. I left him in the capable hands of the medical staff for several hours and took myself off to the hospital café. With my current back problem making walking difficult, I’m pleased I had the walking stick to rely on, I certainly needed the support. I was soon comfortably settled with a sandwich and coffee, my book, and some stitching, together with the cell phone handy waiting for the call to return and collect Robin after his procedure was complete. One of the Levin Shuttle Drivers (in his uniform) had a bit of a chat with me as I was stitching away, so I told him Robin drives the shuttle too. And although they hadn't met he had seen Robin’s name on the roster sheet. What a small world! The procedure went reasonably well, although rather uncomfortable, Robin said, and now we are waiting results.
Robin cooked our usual Sunday morning bacon and eggs for breakfast today, and I’ve prepared a beef casserole for dinner which is cooking nicely in the crockpot. There is sure to be some rugby on TV for him to watch today, and I can potter around and keep myself busy, I’m sure, so all is well in our world. And our flag has been lowered to half mast as a mark of respect for Prince Phillip’s passing.