One to mark down in the diary - a day when we did not move and Diane was out of bed before 7am without having had a coffee yet.
Why so early? Very simple, she had a doctor's appointment at 8:50 and a 3 mile walk to get there.
Made it she did, and in plenty of time; setting off with a mug full of the first coffee, this vanished along the way - her early pace meant that she was "running" early and managed a 2nd one before reaching the surgery.
All was well by the time she walked out - been seen by a doctor who she thought was quite good and fully understanding.
Now she was off to Maggie's place where she knew that some typeof fast-breaking delight would be assembled - this time it was a bacon roll - and without me being there it was a case of doing as she liked - as she liked.
Meanwhile, I was carrying on back on the boat with work.
A visit to the hospital for Diane followed - she managed to get a lift to there and virtually had no waiting time at all. A little before 1 pm she arrived back on the boat.
A little exploring had been done on the way back and she had located
A bit of a stroll through
Fair to say that whilst it has been a strenuous day for Diane - it has also been a day for not doing a lot.
We did receive our official confirmation of the mooring inLittleVenice starting on the 8th May - so we are very much looking forward to a week in London free of charge -better than the best tourist package - better not tell Boris Johnson, or he will find a way to impose some type of cost for it.
Tomorrow will be a busy and eventful day.
No travel today