Sunday - Rainy and warm and sunny
A good day.
I got up this morning and a few minutes after F went back to bed. I stayed up and he slept most of the afternoon away. When he did finally wake up, he was apologetic, but I told him it didn’t matter. It really didn’t. He got out of the hospital on Monday after spending more than a week there. Of course he should take things easy! And I enjoyed it too. I don’t often get a Sunday where I can relax at home.
F decided to go and have his hair cut, so I begged a lift to the mall. I thought I’d do a little shopping or drinking of tea in the coffee shop. I did both. I didn’t buy much, a quick present for my friend and then went down to the coffee shop. I used my new prepaid card and got a tea. As I was walking to the water station, F called to say he was done. Between the water glass and my tea cup, I had no hands free! He joined me and I gave him the card to get his own drink. We had a nice drink, then we drove home. F dropped me off and went on his way to his house to see his mother.
After he came home we were on our mutual computers for a while and then he suggested going to a new restaurant. He told me that it was a yakitori shop and since I like those, off we went.
It turned out not to be a yakitori-ya, but a tiny izakaya. They did have good food though, so we had quite a lot. We had chicken wings, pork yakitori, squid, edamame and some eggplant. It was a bit expensive, but quite different. I have to give F points for trying something new and it not sucking!
After dinner we went to the grocery store. I’m going to try cooking for the next couple of days. I hope it goes well, I really do.
We had a quiet evening in. I had forgotten that Foyle’s War was on, even though it was written on the calendar. Luckily, I only missed about 15 minutes of it. I did some crochet during the show and got up to the last third or so of the blanket. I am digging it this time too.
And that was my day. Tomorrow I have to finish my column and do a bit of laundry. Come back later and find out how I fare. Until tomorrow!