The parking machine at the hospital asked us to drive safely, thanked us for paying, and told us to have a nice day. In fact it did everything but offer us tea and toast. Oh and it also lifted its bar and let us out of the carpark once we paid it - which is all we wanted of it really.
Just a routine appointment for the Captain - and all is well. We then went to browse in Lakeland and bought some teaspoons and a couple of cornish pasties for lunch. The pasties were from the Cornish pastie shop - and not from Lakeland. I also browsed in the Heart Foundation shop. It always seems as if Chichester would be a good catchment area for Barbara Pym books, but there were none.
This is supposed to be an internet diary so I am trying to think what I have been doing since Sunday.
Very little really due to arthritis. Though I did manage to go out on the work with Audrey on Tuesday - with the Captain very kindly chauffering us as I was not able to drive.