Maid Day, M’aidez!

For her birthday yesterday, her mother gave granddaughter Rhiannon a hoverboard. Trying to bump her off? Amazing how quickly she was tootling up and down on it. I want to have a go. We gave her the onesie, for which the weather is still far too warm.

My day yesterday consisted of a visit to the dentist for a filling, then a visit to Oncology for checkup and drip (progress is good) and then delivering my buggy for panel beating after the recent incident. At least I got collided into by the car of a true gentleman, who transferred the full cost of repair without quibble. Then I was ready to blog, but my internet access wasn’t. It now goes off every time I want to use it, like morning or early evening, and only gives access at awkward times. This is something new; following a regular pattern.

This morning we went to watch the school of a friend of grandkids put on a drum majorette display and mini-fete,

A colourfully bouncy scene.

Then, just because they didn’t need to except for fun, the kids went swimming. One would think that daily squad practices woud be enough for them.

Finally I spent until dark replacing the first of two rusted portapool supports, having to use many ingenious levers and props to do the job.

© May 2019 Colonialist

About colonialist

Active septic geranium who plays with words writing fantasy novels and professionally editing, with notes writing classical music, and with riding a mountain bike, horses and dinghies. Recently Indie Publishing has been added to this list.
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19 Responses to Maid Day, M’aidez!

  1. At least the young ones seem to be enjoying themselves even if you are grumpy because of the Internet


  2. Debra says:

    I think I’d like a go at that hoverboard. I might not do very well, but it would be fun trying!

    So glad your medical progress is good, Leslie. Wonderful to hear!


  3. Fletcher says:

    Hope you are ok


  4. Sue W says:

    That was some busy day!


  5. Good news on the health front


  6. Looks like you had a great day. Lovely photographs.


  7. Stephanie Haahjem says:

    What a wonderful, full life!


  8. David Davis says:

    Sounds like a busy day. I spent the morning with my wife at her oncologist. She’s doing well too. They’re better at it than they used to be.


  9. Arkenaten says:

    Glad to read you’re quite ready to leave Willy ‘n Testymint.


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