Hello from a rainy and grey Bury St. Edmunds. However, I actually prefer Sundays to be a little grey because I find rain very relaxing. I don´t mind walking out in the rain as long as I´m warm and have my blue raincoat on.
Gillian and I have been “out and about” today. G booked a slot to visit one of the gardens centres here in Bury, they have 50% off everything and we were wondering if they might be closing down. I really wanted to just get out of the house so I was glad to go with her, even if I overslept and had only 10 minuets to get into the car. Haha. Well, I actually managed it well. Strange how little time you need in the bathroom the older you get. It´s actually a little worrying.
After the garden centre, we bought takeaway coffee from Wrights. I do love the concept and coffee but they never seem to have ANY glutenfree cakes or bread. I have asked about it for half a year now. Haha. But no, no glutenfree stuff. Oh well, I guess just being open and being busy is enough for anyone right now.
Anyhow. We found a few goodies. I found a book about wildflowers. I´ve been wanting a proper book about wildflowers in the UK. Good to finally have something concrete to look in. Although I think there must be a genius app out there which allows you to take a picture of a plant which then tells you exactly what it is. Just like the wine app, Vivino. Hehe. Any ideas or recommendations?
I´ve been spending the afternoon reading up on wildflowers in the Uk and what is okay to pick. I don´t want to encourage anything that’s not legal. However, it seems like it is okay to pick wildflowers as long as you follow a few rules. I´ll do a blogpost or vlog about it later. It seems very straight forward and I´m very glad I haven’t committed any major crimes yet! haha.
Well, it´s dinner time now. I´m going to sacrifice an episode of Greys Anatomy so that I can learn about how to make Youtube videos on Youtube. Yes, it´s getting serious. Love how knowledge is so available. Love learning new things. Do you commit to learning something new every day? Or almost every day?