Today is a normal working day in Northern Ireland, yet in my head it feels like Sunday. If I lived one hundred miles down the road, it would be a holiday. August bank holiday weekend.
I had visitors for lunch. We had a wonderful, happy and cheerful lunch.
Buffy brought Elly, George and the wonderful Peter Donegan to share lunch with me. George did the driving and Buffy made sure he was on the right road.
It was all over too quickly and they are heading back south as I type. The house is very quiet now. I am sitting with my feet up and reliving the few very pleasant hours.
Happy hugs do my heart good! Thank you, Elly, George, Peter & Buffy.
I got two hugs. This also does my heart good.
Honoured. As always 🙂
I Found you, Peter! You were loitering in the wilderness. 🙁 Peter you were a delightful guest, I look forward to the next visit.
It’s always nice to have a get-together like yours. Blessings all around!
Gigi, today it was short, but very sweet!
Hugs are good medicine. My friend Kathy has been sharing her visit to “the old sod.” As she calls it…Ireland of course. She is a second generation migrant from Ireland and born in Boston of course.
Dianne, it was a lovely day.
That is a great way of ensuring that a Monday isn’t a blue one!
I hope I know what day I am at, when I waken in the morning. What comes after Monday?
The rate things have been going for us, I wouldn’t be surprised if the one after that were Thursday!
Maybe we could meet in the middle!
When Buffy’s in charge the day is full of lovely hugs and surprises.
WWW, Buffy was really excited when she arrived, She almost jumped out of the car window when she saw me.
My Monday went like a shot. I saw a movie about which you will shortly see a review post. Because of the rains, traffic was slow as pedestrians and two wheelers were less in number!
Yesterday we had a dry day, but this morning we are back to rain with more in the pipeline for the remainder of the week!