We enjoy sitting down together on a Sunday
evening and watching 'Homeland' on Channel 4.
It's the penultimate episode tonight.
I was reading the Radio Times and was
grabbed by the photo still from tonight's programme.
One of the main characters, Carrie, has a mood
disorder and is obsessed with uncovering the truth.
But I now feel she and I have rather a lot in common.
If I was trying to solve a mystery I too would
colour the information in zingy colours,
and then make sure that they all looked pretty
on the wall.
Way to go, Carrie!
I had to snap this photo of Cally-Cat
eating her breakfast.
She had got as far as getting her head and front paws
through her little cupboard cat-flap but
forgot to pull the rest of herself through.
She was like that until her bowl was licked clean.
I hope you all had a lovely weekend.
Ours was WET, very WET!
Hope was doing her practice Duke of Edinburgh
hike, overnight camp and further hike this weekend.
She did the hike yesterday
(in the pouring rain through flooded fields),
and camped overnight
(in the pouring rain and a flooded field).
There were severe weather warnings overnight
for the South of England.
She got battered by gales and lashing rain.
Her friends in an adjoining tent woke up in a puddle.
Hope and her friend Tori huddled together
for warmth and didn't sleep all night.
At 7am this morning she phoned us to be collected,
as the rest of the event had been cancelled.
I arrived at the campsite to the most wet and miserable
group of people I think I've ever seen.
What a weekend!