A Lovely Weekend
I've had a busy old time this weekend. It started on Friday night with a meal out with the two men in my life.
A treat for my Birthday. A meal out at my favourite restaurant, the Anchor Inn in Irby. Masks were worn from car to table, table to loo and table to car!! The service and the meal were excellent as usual. A free bottle of fizz may have also been on the menu. Mindful of the 10pm closure times we were back home in plenty of time.
Saturday saw me putting up new shelves in my craft room and sorting my wool into colours. I have more wool on the way (but don't tell anyone). I also started a mandala even though I said I'd have a whole month off crochet whilst trying to fix my tennis elbow. It's just a small project to get me back into the swing of things.
Washing and ironing were also thrown into the mix on Saturday as Sunday we went to the zoo to see the elephants. I wanted to see how they were doing after the death of the matriarch, Thi a few weeks ago. We also popped along to see if the aardvarks were awake and say hello to the giraffes.
We could only get an afternoon slot which means we only got three hours before the zoo closed, but it was enough time to recharge before heading back to work on Monday.