No I haven't go any children. But we had plenty of daffodil posies in church
Yesterday, I went with Brigid, my wife, to see Swan Lake at the Marlowe theatre. This was a performance by the Russian Siberia Ballet. Most of the dancers were in their 30s. Odette pointed her foot and lifted the other leg to the sky in a most extraordinary split and this several times! The Prince jumped and twirled, did entrechats. All the dancers were ever so skilful. Only two background, a yellow and orange background for the Russian court, and a blue lake with a blue light in which Odette and her little cygnets danced their love for the Prince. 2 and a half hours of high entertainement with a dramatic music.
Brigid also gave me two bouquets for mothering Sunday! Yellow, white and purple blue. She then asked me to send a dozen red roses to my mum-in-law who lives in South Africa. AS they say, Noblesse Oblige! I did it.
Going back home, I was so frozen, I just couldn’t think. I felt really ill and jumped into bed with a couple of Paracetamol. Hot and cold during the night. I started Clarithromycin without ado this morning. This doesn’t change the cold outside. The church is only 500 yards away. It seems a long trip in the wind! I was delighted to have a lift back! I’m not going out again today. Hope you are feeling well enough to brace this cold weather. Mic