SUNDAY 23 APRIL HEALESVILLE
We rather pottered about in the morning, after a late start. I had to wash some bowls clothes for John.
Drove down to the shops for lunch foods. The bloody fuses blew again, which annoyed me mightily, after all the trouble I went to yesterday, plus the money spent.
When we got back from the shops, John’s daughter R had arrived.
We all had a pleasant lunch – the weather was fine for sitting out under the awning. Lunch was my usual cold meats, salads, bread, fruit, cheeses.
R stayed until 10pm, so I had to rather scrabble around for extra for tea. We ended up having skinless franks and the remnants of lunch.
One of R’s new bosses is a past student of mine.