|halloween print skirt: handmade|
|jumper: clothing at tesco|
*Digs out this skirt and jumps on bandwagon*
As you can see in the background, I've now done my food shopping for the weekend away with the Guides. (In fact, due to my electricity being off for more than a day without me knowing, I've actually done a lot of it twice, and I'm pretty cross about it, I have to say). This week has been full to the brim, so far, and looks set to continue.
I've finally taken the plunge and ordered myself a Polar heart monitor (I cashed in my Tesco vouchers with their new Clubcard Boost scheme and it almost covered it - who knew I shopped at Tesco so much?!) so I'll go and pick that up later.
Yesterday, I went to give blood, which is one of my most-hated things ever. I literally shake as I'm waiting to be called up. But it's something I try to do when I can (I've been turned away a few times in the past few years for varying medical reasons, but was able to again last night). It makes me sad that so many people rely on our health service (however much they may bitch and moan about it) and yet how few people give blood. Apparently only 4% of the population do so. If you think you can help, find out more here.
After my cup of squash and a packet of ginger biscuits, I headed over to my grandparents' house to collect my Nana and take her out to the theatre, which was rather good. I do seem to be spending loads of time at the theatre, lately. There have been a heap of good things on though, which makes a change. We saw a rather good Cadfael murder mystery, put on by The Middle Ground Theatre Company, which was quite fitting as the writer was local to the town. I was so tired when I got home, and really not in the mood for finding the electricity had been off and the freezer had defrosted everything. Good job my closest supermarket is open 24hrs.