A New Group and Making Changes
|oxalis triangularis ... saw this in a friend's house and fell in love with it so will buy one to keep as an indoor plant|
Yay ... the snow has gone and there's no more forecast so there shouldn't be any problems with my London trip this weekend!
I'm trying out a new-to-me U3A group this afternoon. It's the History and Archaeology group and this afternoon's offering is a talk by Professor Michael Hicks about the Princes in the Tower. I have read and enjoyed a couple of his books and have seen him interviewed on TV so it'll be good to hear him speak about the mystery of the two boys, a subject that has always interested me.
I don't have anything else planned for today. I need to decide what to take to London with me but it's only an overnight stay so I won't be taking much. I can get that ready today and also decide what to wear to avoid any last minute panics, but that shouldn't take me too long to sort out. It's a quick job for this morning and then I need to make a couple of tweaks to my regular activities.
I need to change the day for my piano lessons which I think means that I will have to change to a different teacher. Currently my lessons are on a Saturday, the only day Joe teaches at this music school, which was fine when I first started but having had to refuse three invites because of this commitment, I need to make the change. It's a shame because I get on well with Joe and like his teaching style but it will be better to have the lesson on a weekday to leave the weekends free to see my friends who are still working. I'll also need to rearrange some of my arrangements with L and with J once I know my new lesson time but that should be easy enough to do.