As the church treasurer I was paying a few cheques when I noticed that one of them was due by the end of June - and the postal address just happened to be near to the strawberry farm. Cue hand delivery with a quick and totally justified stop off for another couple of punnets - that's six so far in just over a week!! None of them have been thrown away however - and they're good for you!!
|Taken from the base of an old look out station|
|The sea goes out quite a long way!!|
|Playing hide and seek!|
|This can't be good for you!!|
After a simple lunch of steamed salmon followed by strawberries and yoghurt it was time to make the RAK for tomorrow - clearly more details tomorrow. I am not sure about the RAK today but I am picking up a couple of people for our monthly book club meetings and taking them home - since its not my turn I guess that it should count as a RAK but I am hoping that there will be another opportunity before the evening is out.
Next on the agenda was a quick visit to the Nurse practitioner at the doctors. My cocktail of drugs are on repeat prescription and is due for renewal in august but I will run out of one of them before then so I just need the repeat prescription sorted. Since the headaches appear to have gone I am hoping that I can soon stop taking the cocktail. In fact the Nurse Practitioner was so impressed about the lack of headaches so soon after retiring that I may just have talked her into retiring as well - she says she's thinking of it. (RAK???)
After continuing my crafting the final event is the aforementioned meeting of the book club. We meet and enjoy a meal whilst discussing this months book - the harrowing "The Storyteller" by Jodie Picoult.
By the way I came across this the other day - thinks it sums my life up!!