A lovely day out. Starting with a healthy breakfast and then visiting a deserted village and the beach.
And the frustration that goes with realising all the good photos are on the good camera.
Let me set the scene, there was a Fruit Platter. Half of this was apparently 2 of your 5 a day. The whole thing should cost £2.50 and was due to run out today.
So the question is… Is it wasteful to buy it with no intention of eating the grapes? It is definitely less wasteful than it all going in the bin while, more wasteful that eating everything.
And does it make a difference if you only paid 25% of the original cost? And definitely ate at least 80%.
We do celebrate some odd things.
So we went to this massive fire and burnt pretend people. Then made pretty colours in the sky to celebrate someone not killing the people we choose to look after us…
But first all the children and adults walked in a big crowd carrying flaming torches.
I brought the puppy and people muttered that I was cruel and evil. Then she alternately watched the pretty lights and went to sleep. I’m never sure how to react, be glad they care about her welfare or wish the wouldn’t judge till they know her.
Then there was Sprinkles.
Sometimes the things that make people happy are quite bizarre. Hiding behind a wheelchair; cooking someone dinner; the overexcited hello of a puppy; Lego; finding a Pokemon; puppy nesting in you dirty clothes; someone putting the kettle for tea; someone passing you the thing you want before you asked just because they noticed.