Hi everyone, A very good morning to you all on this last day of November.
Warmly welcoming all who have joined the community this week and thanks to all who have posted this week.
I'm right on the south coast and we were greeted with a really heavy mist this morning and ships' fog horns out on Southampton water. I like that sound. It's mournful but somehow comforting at the same time. I have no idea why!
My turn for a medical appointment for a blood test this morning which I've never been fearful of, but I do find all things medical a really trying nuisance and never more so than right now, but it all went very smoothly and my surgery has been made as safe as possible.
I've just had to change from my former surgery which was repurposed as a 'covid centre', and meant a bus trip to get to one of its sister surgeries, which I wasn't at all happy with. But the new one seems fine, just strange to me. And I can walk to it.
I think our medical services have done so well with their safety measures. Everyone I've spoken to on medical matters has said how safe they've felt when visiting hospitals or surgeries for whatever reason.
How did everyone do over the weekend?
Given the grey November weather, I was so happy to curl up with a book (I'm reading 'The Foundling' at the moment), which is an easy read and is keeping me engaged. It's based around historical events at The Foundling Hospital in London. And yesterday I watched a whole box set on Sky Crime, concerning a mysterious murder still unsolved after many years. (Six hours of my life later, it remains unsolved but it was a very interesting watch).
Take care everyone, whatever it is you are doing this week and continue to stay safe and happy.