Today, being a Tuesday, Jean and I decided to go to the senior screen. they were showing, amongst others, a film called "A Monster Calls". Aimed at a 12A audience it featured how a 12 year old boy would deal with bullying at school, his father choosing his new family over him and his mother dying over a period of time. The "monster" in the title visits him and helps him with some coping strategies. In short I was in bits - the sort of crying where, although you are not sobbing, the back of your throat hurts! Ouch! Well worth seeing though - its a lovely film and really well acted by the 12 year old!
After popping into Tesco's for a couple of essentials, and coming out with two bags full, it was back home for a late lunch before walking the dogs in this unexpectedly lovely weather. Whilst I was out the nice postman brought me the first block in this year's Lynette Anderson Button of the month club. Ouch - I still need to finish last year's mystery pattern!
In short I am both overwhelmed by the film and by the quantity of projects awaiting my attention! Never mind, step by step!
The last task for the day involved a secret project that Sewingbuddy and I are working on (hopefully to be revealed next month) plus some further work on Sunday's workshop project - I needed to get these outside points folded before I forgot how to do them.
On the hexagon front, I must report a minor catastrophe. It's hardly surprising but, after nearly a year, I seem to have
Dietingwise everything is on plan - overnight oats for breakfast, two custard creams at the pictures, salmon for lunch and Spaghetti Bolognese for dinner. I even have enough syns left for a banana with sugar free jelly and yoghurt for afters - mmm. I know how to live!