AFTER the usual Thursday morning scrabble to get things done before my mid-morning guitar student arrives I get the lesson prepared and a coffee.
Although the lessons are ½-hour, things generally go on a bit longer as there’s always a bit of blethering to be done too!
The West Highland Way Gifts’ trekking flasks have been pretty popular…but my supplier is out of the black ones. I ordered a few ‘army green’ versions, but the finish is slightly different and I need to fine tune my settings for engraving. I wasted two of them last night by assuming it would work on the setting I use for the black ones.
I do some experimenting on one of the spoilt flasks, get it sorted out and make a couple up.
There’s a couple of online orders to be packed up and dropped at the post office on the way to Stirling to visit Joe in the hospital. He’s on good form and it’s encouraging to see him making progress.
We’ve been invited to Betty’s for dinner with. our neighbour Liz and have a grand evening…