Well, after a sunny start yesterday the weather went downhill, with high winds and heavy, squally showers.
DH and I still managed to do our jog around the Outwoods - one half of the lap we had the wind behind us, but on the final left we were battling against it - but we still made it round!
When we got home it was only 7.30 but the rain started with a vengeance, so it was getting dark. So I popped a candle in my latest charity shop find, this lovely little tea light holder:
It casts such a cosy light around the living room, I just love it.
Darling Daughter had begged to do some baking for a break from her revision routine, and as she asked so nicely how could I refuse? And just look what she came up with -
A light-as-a feather, fluffy Victoria sponge, sandwiched together with strawberry jam and fresh cream-
It was absolutely delicious, this young lady is turning into a very talented baker. She really loves to bake and with a household of six, including 3 very hungry brothers, she has plenty of willing tasters!
I was good and only had a small slice, well I am doing plenty of exercise now so a little treat now and then surely is allowed....
We then settled into an evening of watching the Eurovision Song Contest - something we giggle our way through every year. I don't watch Strictly, X Factor, Britain's Got Talent or any of those shows, but somehow I really enjoy the cheesy, tacky nature of Eurovision! No stand out songs this year but still a lot of fun.
A busy day ahead, washing, cleaning, shopping, so had better away.
Enjoy the rest of the weekend, Helenxx