Wednesday, June 30

A Day in My Life 1

Day 1

Got off to a good start as i received the "All Clear" following a recent mamogram! A really good way to commence my project!

Pegged some washing out, I know it sounds sad but I do enjoy having a line full of washing - just thinking of the Mackenzie Thorpe image - he was brought up nearby and his childhood memories of the lines of washing in the street are very true to my heart!



Was feeling rather delicate following an afternoon birthday celebration with my best friends Maria and Steph! Wonderful picture don't you thik? Steph returns to California at the end of the month for another long stay but will be returning home for good in October, it will be great to have her home and have regular get togethers!

This afternoon we had a mixture of business and pleasure when we had to visit a customer just outside Harrogate, so we went on the motorbike, via Pickering, Malton, York & Harrogate. We returned via Castle Howard, Slingsby, Kirbymoorside, Hutton - le Hole, Blakey, Danby. It was one of the most enjoyable trips we have made, I think it was because the roads were quiter than normal.

Took Freida for a nice walk to Scaling Dam just up the road as I had to get some deisel.

DSCN0572

DSCN0571

DSCN0585


DSCN0574



Chicken for dinner and TV tonight!

A good day!
More photos later, am tired now.

6 comments:

  1. Denise, I don't know how you do it. You live three lives in one! We have friends here from Australia, so we are out and about a bit more than usual. Not sure how much time I'll have to blog but I'll try.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Hello Mrs. Nesbitt!

    Just stopped by to say thanks for reading and commenting on my blog, and here I've read your first page of posts! They're great!

    I love your birthday bouquet - pinks are my favorites, too. And your dad's yellow rose with the dewdrops on it - spectacular!

    But I think I'll pass on the egg salad, please. The only way I like eggs is in an omelet - the egg taste completely disguised by onions, mushrooms, tomatoes, peppers, cheese, ham, and salsa!
    """""""""""""'''''

    (Sorry, that last line was written by Emma, one of my new pups.)

    Congrats and WHEW! on your mammogram - such a necessary inconvenience.

    I'll be back!

    ReplyDelete
  3. A life well-lived!

    My life is celebrated at

    http://jeriatricjottings.blogspot,com

    ReplyDelete
  4. I'm so pleased that you got a good result from the mammogram. It's always a scary time.

    I'm jealous that you've been to Hutton Le Hole. It's been a while since I visited there but I remember it's a lovely place.

    ReplyDelete
  5. Good news on the mammogram :-) and the birthday celebrations sound like a lot of fun :-)

    ReplyDelete
  6. finally found you on Lorne,s computer...glad you had a great birthday and tell Maria I am looking forward to meeting her some day when we book a room at her B & B

    ReplyDelete

Thank you for your comments, always nice to know somebody has taken the time to let me know what they think.

There was an error in this gadget