Today we drove down to see Dorothy. She was looking well, although her leg seemed to be giving her bother and her hand looked as if she was suffering a bit from rheumatics. Still, she was sharp as a tack and quick to tell Colin off if he strayed too far in his stories. A pleasant wee hour although I felt bad that we hadn’t been to see her for a long while, but there was nothing we could do about it, either Colin was busy or we were. A case of life getting in the way again.
Stopped at Waitrose on the way home to buy a chicken and ended up with two bags full of other stuff as well as the chicken. We were shocked that Waitrose, in addition to allowing Neds into their stores are now stooping to this gutter humour to advertise their mugs. What is the retail sector coming to. (No, it wasn’t me who did it, I just photographed it.)
When we got home, the daylight was still there, so I grabbed the chance of an hour in St Mo’s. Startled a couple of deer, but chose not to pursue them because they were on the motorway side of the fence and I didn’t want to be the reason for them running across the carriageway and causing an accident. Other than the deer and the ever present buzzards, there wasn’t much of interest. The overnight rain had increased the water level in the pond and part of the boardwalk was under water, so that, at least, made an interesting shot with the 9mm lens.
A curry from Bombay Dreams provided dinner because neither of us could be bothered cooking and today’s sketch was a disappointing pencil drawing of my mouse. I like the curves and lines of the mouse and felt the pencil rendered it well, but it’s a bit of a stopgap really. Not the most interesting drawing I’ve done in the month. Only three more sketches to go in the 28 Drawings Later challenge. Like the Inktober challenge, I’ll miss it when it’s finished.
Tomorrow looks wet. At least we had some sun and blue skies today.