Yesterday Sue W came into town so we could go to a book fair at the Race course near my house. She was armed with her list of what she was looking for and I wasn't looking for anything in particular, I was just looking.
Our laughing started before we had even parked the car! Let me just say there was plenty of help (not that the driver needed it) to guide her safety into a park under a large tree with big puddles either side of the car. Sue cracked a joke at the youths who did not find her the slightest bit funny. They were in training and we agreed that maybe the humour part of their course had not yet taken part. In saying that a 'lovely young man' did carry Sue Ws books to the car for her when we were leaving.
We spent several hours pouring over the thousands of well laid out books both coming out with some. Me only buying four and Sue filled another carton. Good to see that people still have an appreciation for a good book and the place was full of happy book hunting helpful folk.
We did a tour of our local Charity shops before we stopped for a delightful lunch at Agora Cafe in Frankton. We both rather like their food and their coffee, well Mocha for me, that is as grown up as I can get. More Op shops were visited before we came back to mine for a cuppa.
From all the shops we visited I only came home with one incredible long black and white striped dress that I am sure will be featured in a post in the not to distant future.
You all know that striped dress will end up under my layers, with some colour thrown in for good measure and POW!
Good advise to follow:
So the weekend is here and the day is slowing disintegrating into grey and gloom. The sun was shining for a brief moment, long enough to give me hope of a fabulous day. I am sure I will find something to do if the weather goes further down hill. What ever happens I know I will make the most of the day doing what ever makes me happy.
And that means you!