Shopping, a christening and a tutu

…. otherwise known as, “How I spent the bank holiday weekend”.

Saturday featured a leisurely sending spree along the Kings Road, with co-shopper Hazel. A successful outing, in the shape of new clothes for work for us both.

Sunday required an early rise and shine to get to Harrold by 10.30, for the church christenings of Gregor and William Murdoch. Bank Holiday weekends being prime railway engineering works, we were fortunate in having the Denton taxi service on offer. Break down engine and digger discussions come free. A lovely day, with plenty of time to chat with Laura and Ian’s family and friends – the last such occasion had been Findlay’s christening….

Monday was a college day for Phil, which allowed me to spend the morning and early afternoon getting some more of my Bhutan photos online. I only managed to get one more day done – but it was the day we spent at the Paro Tsechu (festival). Phil and I did manage to squeeze in an hour or so enjoying the May sunshine in the Barbican garden before Flickr uploading and profiling resumed….. and the bank holiday culminated in a two hour tutu-making marathon on ye olde Singer sewing machine. The things I do for love….