Looks like I’m going to be having a busy day.
First, there will be a lot of teeth gritting to be done. They are drilling again next door, though it is gradually dawning on us that it might be floor sanding. It’s noisy, annoyingly irregular and travels well through the connecting wall.
Second, I have to book my vaccination. Or I assume I do. Julia has just had a text telling her she can book hers (though she has, of course, already had it). I haven’t seen a text yet but assume I will have got it too. (See below).
Three, I have to go to the shop because I left my phone there when we packed up yesterday. I was thinking of not going back for it, but if I ned to book an appointment I will have to go for it.
Four, I have to pick up a prescription and put a request in for another one. At that point we will start the game of NHS Roulette to see what I actually get.
Five, fill up the car. We haven’t been going out, so we haven’t used much fuel, but it has now come to the end of the tank and the warning light is on. With not going out much we tend not to pass anywhere to refuel so it needs a special trip.
Six, then there will be more gritting of teeth as the chimney man seems to have arrived, judging by the debris now clattering down into the back garden. Drill, drill, drill, clatter, clatter, clatter…
I’m going out now, and I could be some time.
The photos are some old shots from Rufford Abbey – I was particularly happy with the Grey Wagtail (though it’s not great quality) because I don’t see them often, and they are quite flighty. Long Tailed Tits are tricky to photograph, but at least they are common and you can keep trying.
Good luck with the medical matters.
Thank you. 🙂
Nothing worse than other people’s noisy workmen. At least you will benefit from a repaired chimney-stack. I love the bird photos, especially the Grey Wagtail.
Thank you. 🙂
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Those are nice bird photos, Quercus. The robin is all puffed up. Must have been a cold day at Rufford Abbey?
Hopefully your neighbor’s renovations will be done soon. 🙂
Turns out that the tools were being used on our joint chimney stack – it will be good to get it done – have been waiting since autumn.;-)
I so enjoyed seeing those birds, especially the gray wagtail. Hope the renovation work is soon done.
One more day – I will be out so it doesn’t matter. 😉