Waving to you all on an overcast Monday morning and hoping that it stays dry for the rest of the day as I have lots of tidying to do in the garden.
It's been another busy so I do have a few 'new' and 'first' things to report. I've already written about one of them - drawing zentangles for the first time and adding a new hobby to my list.
Yesterday I went on a singing workshop run by Helen Yeomans. It's not the first time I've been to a workshop like this but it is the first time I've been to one organised by Helen. It was a fun way to spend an afternoon and I was over the moon to see a familiar face in the room - a friend I used to work with but we'd lost touch about 12 years ago when we both changed jobs. Phone numbers have been exchanged and we'll be meeting up in a couple of weeks.
On Saturday, I met with friends for a photo walk at the Caen Hill Locks in Devizes and we finished the walk with a coffee in the Caen Hill cafe - a pleasant way to end the afternoon and the first time I've been in the cafe.
Another new is that I've tried some new-to-me flavours of hummus - hot and spicy, and caramelised onion, both of which I liked. These were bought in Sainsburys but I plan to have a go at making my own.
Finally, I've been exploring the village on my morning walks, discovering new-to-me routes to try to keep the walking interesting. It's going well so far, although there are a surprising number of cul-de-sacs in the newer part of the village, so a lot of doubling back taking place.
Thanks to Sian for organising this and wishing you all a happy and healthy week ahead.