Sunday, 4 October 2015
Been a fairly standard Sunday, but a lovely, sunny one. Took the usual snapshots of corners of the garden, before going to church this morning. As I was down to read the Gospel lesson, we set out fifteen minutes earlier than usual, as I do like to have a quick practice read of the lesson before the service starts.
Also took quick snapshot of garden table (above) which has the bonsai'd yew tree on it, and various other plants, waiting to be transplanted to their more permanent sites in the garden.
On our drive to church (in Aldham) took the above snapshot. Some trees just beginning to have an autumnal look to them, but looking well for October.
Home a little after twelve and took a last garden snapshot (above). Then lunch , a quick zizz, and since then I've been pottering in the workshop. Been doing up a very early English pistol of plain, probably military type. May well put up a snapshot of it when finished, although you'll be disappointed- it's very plain and unadorned, but an unusual survival.