We had quite a few misty mornings last week. A sure sign, I think, that Autumn is on it's way.
It was a quite week at work, as the children weren't back into school until Thursday. That meant we had time to prepare all the necessary paperwork etc and I could catch up with six weeks worth of invoices.
I joined the gym and have booked a few classes for this Thursday when I'm not in work. I've got Tai Chi in the morning and Zumba in the evening. Not sure how fit I am, but we'll soon find out.
I heard back from the dentist. My referral was rejected, twice, by the hospital and I now have to go and have the tooth removed at my normal dentist (as I first suggested) on 21 September. I'm hoping it will cure the neuralgia I have at the moment, as it's like having electric shocks on your face. Not pleasant at all.
On Sunday we went to the Welsh Game Fair - in Bangor, North Wales. It was only the second year that the Vaynol Estate had hosted the Game Fair so it didn't take long to look around. I'd say it's more of a "Doing" game fair than a "Mooching" one. But as they say, you have to start somewhere.