Good morning from a damp looking Torbay. Hope Mick is feeling comfortable. Thanks for opening up, grandMattie, on what sounds like another busy day. Ideal catering arrangements, Kalu!
I hope the echocardiogram goes well, Mizuna. The hardest thing for me last week was having to undress and dress twice in quick succession for an ECG in one room before being taken to another for the echocardiogram!
My car has recovered! Both rear coil springs had broken but were replaced yesterday for £188, which was cheaper than I’d expected. As in many places, our road surfaces are in a poor state with several patches and potholes. Apparently, it’s possible that the salty air had also contributed to the corrosion of the covering. I suppose now it’s six years old, I should expect things to start failing. I’m glad it has happened here and not miles from home, particularly in France!
Our pub lunch was enjoyable and it made a change to relax with the Props team away from the demands of being in the theatre. I’m back there this afternoon for Wednesday Club for which we have to read out an extract from a favourite book. I’m pleased the regular leader is back from holiday so the responsibility for opening and locking up the complicated building, including dealing with the alarm, is no longer mine!
Happy hump day! 🦩💐🦩🥰🦩