Normal Saturday, non normal weekend.

I’ve been mostly eating flapjack today, as one does having just make some for the first time (at home anyway – elsewhere is a different matter!)

Been a bit of a mix today, had a chilled out morning as normal, then went into town to pay some bills and it turns out that the only bank one of the bills can be paid into doesn’t open on a saturday. That kind of tells me that they will have to wait until I can sort out my own bank. Silly people.

It’s not all bad, I did achieve some knitting this morning without mistakes and my house is a lot cleaner now than it has been for a week, but given the amber weather alert we’ve had, the washing had to wait. I’m not risking my clothes flapping around the rooftops of some poor confused person in Skegness!

On a final rather sober note, while I know that a mass murderer was caught earlier this year, I know that the pain of loss doesn’t go. If you are hurting this weekend, you are in my heart. I pray that your pain lessens even as the memory of your loved one remains clear in your mind and heart.

Take care everyone.

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