Do you like the way I managed to dissect Elder Son's head in the photo above?
By the way, have I mentioned the printer and my problems printing booklets? Let's not. Let's just say I had to bring my work home with me and then it still involved a lot of muttering and eventually settling for 'as good as it's going to get'.
I took the copy-ready booklet back to work today to photocopy and I couldn't get in. Not because of all the food I've eaten this week I hasten to add but because the lock wouldn't un. So I had to go in by the back door setting off the alarm and generally causing mayhem. A fitting end to the booklet saga.
Also by the way, I don't think I've mentioned that Daughter-in-law is pregnant again. We are naturally delighted and will await the arrival of GrandChild4 just after Christmas no less eagerly than the world awaited the royal baby. (Only ours will be far the most beautifullest.)
Oh, I've just heard that William and Kate have named their baby after our dog! What excellent taste. Speaking of George, he likes to get in on the action but sometimes the action - or in this case the wine, gets on him.
During the week, and as an excuse to get in out of the sun, I thought I'd make what Daughter and I had sampled at a restaurant recently: rhubarb cordial.
The rhubarb mush - a technical term - had to drip for a few hours.
The finished product, though not very well mixed in this picture, was yummy if a little sweet.