Watching the washing dry

Watching the washing dry


It’s been a beautiful, relaxing sunny day today, so I’ve sitting out in the garden, watching the washing dry (see pic for proof!) and watching the tourists buzz past. The only drawback of living in a lovely rural patch of Scotland is that lots of people want to come and see it, especially on sunny Bank Holidays.
I was listening to music on my iPod as well – because of the news, I went through the several version of Masters of War that I have (the Flying Pickets version is the best, I think).
But I soon tired of that and went for softer, gentler music – Beethoven’s Sonata, some Emmylou Harris, some Len Cohen….
B has been five days back from the hospital after his surgery. He’s still feeling tired and ill, but improving daily; he still needs looking after, no carrying anything, limited trips up and down the stairs. So I’m still kept pretty busy with him. There’s lots of work for me to get back to – these last weeks, with him being so ill, I just haven’t been able to concentrate on doing any of my computer work at all, and it’s getting urgent.
But today, things are feeling better, I’m thinking more about work. So I’d best be getting down to it, eh?