Well our Annie has been flogging off her gold jewellery, and she was absolutely delighted that she got a good price, and a safe and speedy service from a superdooper company in Bournemouth. She was so chuffed that she has written to me with all the details, so that I might avail myself of their services. She has even sent me a padded envelope which I can use to post off my gold bits and pieces, how kind. I have to enter my bank details on the form, and the cash will amazingly appear in my account the following day.
Now where did I put that wedding ring that my fella bought me in 1971 when we were living together, drat, I think I chucked it away when I chucked him. Oh well, nothing to sell then ;o(
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A lovely day so I walked to town, a slightly longer route than normal, 6.4 miles. My bags go on display starting tomorrow, at the Arts Centre, so I thought they would be setting the exhibition up today.
I took the path along the bottom of the wood to Flixborough, to see what kind of a mess they were making with the logging. It is sad to see so many trees cut down.
On Monday I took a photo of the logs at the top of the wood on the roadside, here is an even bigger pile at the bottom.
And the path is filthy, covered in mud. This used to be a lovely place to walk, I am very sad, they have ruined it :o(
When I got to the Arts Centre I found that they are not setting it up untill tomorrow morning. They haven't had all the bags in yet, and are waiting for them to come in the post. They will add them to the display when they arrive. Oh well, I got the excercise from the walk, and took the bus back. It was full of chattering students from the college, sorry, not chattering, more like screaming, yelling, mucking about students. Did I used to be like that? Yes, I think so, ha ha.
I took a pic of my dinner tonight, in the pan ready for steaming. The sprouts are at the bottom, my favourite dinner. I whizzed up the spinach with the blender, in a jug so it wouldn't splash everywhere. To this I added some plain yogurt, ground pepper, lemon juice, a drop of oil, and some garlic granules, and dolloped it all over the veg, when it was on the plate of course. Deeeeelishus