Sometimes it feels like I am never home! The week seems to have been filled with outings and one day has merged into another, and now here we are at the end of another working week.
I visited Te Awamutu, a neighbouring town, and went on a bit of a shopping spree. I came home with some winter tops, new underwear, pyjamas, a couple of warm jackets, slippers and a pair of shoes.
I seem to be one of those people who never wear out their clothes, and, quite frankly, I get a bit bored with wearing the same things over and over so some new ones are most welcome.
(It’s not like I have a lot of clothes, but I am not a minimalist either!).
|New clothes ready to be washed before wearing|
A visit to see my brother filled in a few hours. His eye has healed quite well but the actual wound split open after the stitches were removed. His specialist has said he will need to recut it and restitch it, especially as it is so visible on his face.
Yesterday I was invited out to lunch at Gordonton, a small village near Hamilton. It was good catching up again with this couple, whom I have not seen for a while.
Of course, it was mandatory to visit The Farm Shop while in Gordonton, with their wonderful array of gifts and organic produce. I bought a jar of raw honey sourced from Hamilton Gardens and the Zoo grounds, as well as a couple of pieces of homemade coconut ice that I was unable to resist.
I hope everyone is keeping well – I don’t seem to have had the time to visit anyone lately, so I hope you will all forgive me.
Happiness is keeping busy 😊