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Raunchy or what!!!! 🙂
After yesterday’s technological fiasco, things are more-or-less back to normal with the PCs – Phew!
The rest of the day turned out to be much more enjoyable – full of ‘little things’ getting sorted:
We drove over to Peterborough first to pick up Ann’s new jacket from John Lewis and also for me to get a haircut. We then headed for Downtown for a spot of shopping and to meet Denis and Mae for lunch. The lunch area was packed-out but luckily Mae managed to find a table for four in the corner. Denis looked fine (although he is going to see a specialist about his sun-damaged skin) but Mae looked a little frail. It was good to catch-up as it’s been a while.
We had a successful shop. I picked up some new shirts, socks and handkerchiefs whilst Ann bought some new tops. We also picked up a cheese grater for Lee!
Ann drove back and we were home just before 2.30. Ann went to bed to recharge her batteries for tonight and I caught up with some TV and some odd-jobs around the house.
I bought Ann a single red-rose on a 1 metre stem from The Red Rose Society. I also bought her some Valentine cards (that I’d sent earlier in the week, but Ann recognised my crappily disguised handwriting) plus two from MoonPig, that had customised covers and insides.
Ann bought me a humorous cat book – ‘Cats, They Drive Us Crazy’ by Helen Exley plus a book about key facts learned at school – ‘I Used to Know That’ by Caroline Taggart – excellent stuff!
We’re ate in tonight. The plan was to have chicken fajitas and salad, but I’d put the chicken in the freezer last night in error. Instead, I had steak pie, peas and mash and Ann settled for a generous portion of ‘cheesy-mash’. Neither was particularly romantic, but it tasted good! We did managed to polish off a large bottle of pink champagne though!
For afters we had apple-tart and creme fraiche
Very romantic!! – hic!!
One of the nice things about going on holiday, is that I get chance to catch-up on my reading. I managed to get through three this time!