This past weekend was a pretty typical kinda weekend, so I thought I would share a few of the things we did as a little insight into GD’s and mine days and so when we are even older we can be reminded of what a brilliant time we are having right now.
First on saturday was a reflexology treatment for my lovely daughter in law
I do so love giving reflexology and now my wrist is stronger all my lovely balms and treatment goodies are seeing use again.
Next GD gets a haircut, cutting hair is another thing I really like doing, I am always so tempted though to do a number 3 on my own head, sometimes I love my mane, I would love to have some dreadlocks put in, but sometimes I would like the freedom of shaving it all off!
Saturday evening sees an invite over to eldest sons house for a lovely evening with daughter in law and grandchildren and grandchildren’s friends, some smashing food and a film. 🙂
Sunday: At the weekend I get between 2-3 hours of ironing I do and in return I get enough money to pay for my yoga classes, I seem to always be saying ‘I love’, but I really do enjoy the ironing and then handing it back all neatly pressed and ship shape and it always makes me super grateful because only a year ago picking up an iron was too heavy for my hand to hold and ironing too tiring for me manage.
Above pic-waiting to be ironed , all done, bedding in the basket.
While I am doing this weeks ironing, GD is podding the runner beans, these beans are the last of the runner beans from the allotment, the big tough skinned ones that get missed when picking and so we like to pod them, then blanch and freeze the beans, to use later in soups and stews mainly.
Up to the sewing machine to fix some jeans for my eldest son and alter a dress that was too long for me
An hour out to do some study, yes I actually love to study new things!
I hope you guys have all had a great weekend too,
BRITISHthe season after summer and before winter, in the northern hemisphere from September to November and in the southern hemisphere from March to May.“the countryside is ablaze with colour in autumn”
ASTRONOMYthe period from the autumn equinox to the winter solstice.