This week everyone in the family seemed fit and healthy again. No dented cars, sniffles, coughs or even snow! With the rest of the country blanketed in the white stuff, we only managed a dozen snowflakes, and that didn’t last long.
Sarah got another ‘A’ for her Thai Chicken at school (I am still wondering what her food tastes like.)
Charlotte has confirmed the 3rd of September as the wedding date. I thankfully managed to get flights to and from Zanzibar for Sue, Jamie and Sarah (it was touch and go as most of the flights had been booked and were full) and we will be there to see her married. We are treating this as a holiday and shall be arriving a full week before the happy couple does. Not wanting to impinge on their privacy, we shall be staying at a beach hotel just outside of Stone Town and we will travel north to their hotel situated near the top of the island on the day.
On Friday, Sue and I went to see ‘Atonement’ at the local cinema club. A very sad film, but well worth seeing.
England lost to Wales on Saturday. Very, very sad. But that’s what happens when you select players that are currently out of form and not playing for their clubs or are just returning from injury. I thought a coach with such experience would have had more sense.