Well hello, everyone.
And how is your day going? I went back to aqua today - albeit my own rather gentle variation of a very energetic class, but hey, I got back in the water. That is good. The level of intensity of my exercise is measured by how wet my hair gets. It was almost dry this time, which has NEVER happened before, and we almost, but not quite, needed a crane to get up the stairs, but conquered them in the end. Slowly.
It was good to be back in the water.
The problems with the broadband speed continue - I have just spoken a to a man called Wayne, who cheerily told me that 1.88mb/s was a perfectly reasonable speed for broadband. That conversation did not last long. Next February, remind me to change to cable. Dire. Just dire. And all I wanted was a date for the repair to be made to the line. Oh well. I was not all sweetness and light, I confess, and his cheeriness was the final straw. The patience was fraying at the edges a bit. Having to endure 4 minutes of options to reach a human is enough to try the patience of a saint, and we have already discussed the fact that I do not have one saintly bone in my body.
So, back to happy cheery things - apart from Wayne. He does not count. The sun has shone all day, although the temps are anything but tropical, and the daffodils in the garden may well be opening their eyes tomorrow. I can't wait for the splashes of colour to brighten up the landscape! Come on, Spring - I need some warmth!
Speaking of daffodils, my house is full of them. I love them. Peter and Glynis popped round for tea yesterday afternoon and came bearing 2 bunches. I love this little joined up vase - it is always fun to try and guess which of the daffodils will open first, and they look lovely peering out of my front window, don't they....