Monday was a Guy Fawkes night, and Eddie asked his Baba (my Mum) to do a bonfire. She was only too happy to oblige. They roasted marshmallows and frankfurters on the fire.
On Tuesday our friend Jen took my Mum and me to the garden centre in Burford. Eddie was sulking all the morning, as it was a school day and he wanted to come with us. Sorry, Eddie.
On the way there you see the most magnificent panorama. I never get tired looking at those fields and old dry stone walls.
On Wednesday I was cooking vegetarian burgers with mushrooms, lentils, butternut squash and chestnuts. They were very tasty, though looked ugly. When I was mixing and mashing the ingredients, it looked like slops for a pig.
More Armistice day decorations in town. The Shake shop, where Eddie had his birthday party in summer, has transformed the window and outside to look like a grocery shop from 100 years ago.
On the way home from school Eddie and I saw this flight of white doves on the "ghost house" (we call it the ghost house, I don't actually know what it's called). They looked like a garland.
My Mum has been
Reluctantly I agreed to go shoe-shopping. I hate shoe-shopping, with my awkward feet it's always a pain to find a pair that would be comfy. Anyway, I tried several pairs and under Mum's "bad" influence bought two pairs. Eeek, that wasn't planned.
Anyway, here are my new boots for everyday.