Small pleasure of the day – setting off the warning speed light in Bridge Street as I sailed down the hill on my bike. It’s a 20mph limit, but still made me smile.
Big pleasure of the day – Weeza and Dilly persuaded me that I could take time off to go to the park with them and the children. It was lovely in the sunshine, we had a picnic and, since no one else was there so that I could be looked upon with disapproval for going on the children’s play equipment, I had a lovely swing. Weeza took my picture to prove it.
Slight bummer of the day – it was the church AGM, and I had to write a report. This catches me out every year; I forget. I remembered this year, but only did it this afternoon (I’d have done it earlier if I hadn’t gone to the park…). However, it sounded awfully impressive.
Extra pleasure of the day – Friend Daphne is here and it’s lovely to see her. She lives near Canterbury – it’s a bit more than 3 hours drive away, just a bit too much for a casual lunchtime visit. We’ve all our various commitments so don’t see each other as often as we’d like. She and the Sage have known each other for over 50 years, since she moved here from India, where her father had been an army Colonel.