Foggy and cold here, with the sun just starting to break through by 10am.
I thought I had booked on to to a webinar about one of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), but it seems I hadn’t. A shame. If you don’t know about these, I think you really should. I’m keen to explore how we can embed them into the work we do at Bath City Farm (and I know others more knowledgeable than me are likewise). I will catch up some other time instead by reading around the subject.
- I had a lovely (but sad) email from a friend. Very difficult times for many
- I sent some emails (more of that backlog)
- I finished knitting another pair of socks for the toddler (and planned for yet another – she’s the only person in the family who hasn’t yet reached peak sock, and thank goodness for the promise of growing feet)
- I brought some washing in from the line. It was never going to dry out there
- Malcolm baked another batch of cinnamon buns: peak cinnamon bun is a long way off around here, especially as his are always so delicious. We pretend that it’s a sophisticated covid test – the aroma fills the house: if you can’t smell them, you really need to get checked out
- I planned some cooking for over the weekend (lasagne, since you ask)
- We went for a favourite brisk local walk together (often we go our separate ways: different times or different places)
- We bought fish and chips for supper (a small way to support a great local business)
- I booked tickets for us to visit a favourite National Trust garden – Stourhead – to celebrate our 45th ‘going out’ anniversary. Not sure where the years went since our 40th….
And so to bed. See you tomorrow xx