I got together with my friends yesterday. We usually meet in Panera Bread on the first Wednesday of every month and sometimes in the between times. Four-and-a-half hours later we started heading back home. I am so glad they don't feel the need to kick us out after a couple of hours. In some restaurants two hours is about as much as you get, understandably so as they are there to make a business. Here, however, there are lots of tables and always plenty of room for people to sit, so that you don't feel you are taking a table from someone else. Otherwise, we would not take up the whole afternoon chatting.
Gregg is working out of the house today, always nice to have him around but have to remember he is working and I try not to interrupt him.
I don't think I will be going anywhere today. I have loads of things to do around the house, the never-ending, like fighting salmon upstream, tidal wave of housework that always seems to be there. Love that housework, not really. My "This England" magazine came in the other day and it's begging to be read.
I also finished a new book last night from Louise Penny. Has anyone read her Inspector Gamache series? They're absolutely wonderful! Her new one is called "A Trick of the Light". This is about the sixth one I have read in the series. They all take place in Canada. This link will take you to her official website.
Oh well, time to go dust up a few cobwebs.