Nearly, I did all but re-pot the plants from my list.
The tea-light holders from free-cycle are all glass and look lovely on our mantel.
I left the biscuits for my freind in my kitchen but got her a nice basket of plants for her flat.
I sent a cheque off for the credit card bill so it is now has a zero balance.
I updated our spending/bill spreadsheet and we have £250 for the money to spend. It sounds alot but we need to re-stock the freezer and I will be using more petrol to visit mum as the new hospital is alot further away.
My OH and me went to Scarborough today.
The weather was great, especially for the 1st November. We were so hungry when we got there we had fish and chips.
We got takeaway as it is cheaper than a restaurant and sat and ate them looking out to sea.
We took a slow walk along the beach, just enjoying our time together and chatting.
We didn’t venture into town this time, just got an ice-cream on the way back to the car.
On the way home we called in at the new hospital my mum is in. Its a lot smaller so there should be more one to one care. She has settled in well.
Once again thank you for all your comments, I love reading them.
SFT – My OH is learning well about being frugal, I think the butties tasted all the nicer for being free! Hope you got your shampoo at a bargain price lol. You’re my inspiration with mortgage payments, I think we are going to half any money we have left at the end of the month with one half going on overpayments and the other into our emergency fund. Even if it just a few pounds every little bit helps.
MUM – Thank you for comments and support and see you for tea :)
NSD – You’re right about the “jet lag” days but I can’t complain as he is working and enjoying it which is great after he was out of work for a while.
DANNIE – It has really focused my spending on food and made me think about what we eat.