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Big Day Tomorrow

We're going to be working all day & then it's the first gig of a triple header weekend for Sime!
So after work, we'll be off to Wadebridge... 
Hopefully, some friends will join us there - which will be lovely, as we haven't seen them for nearly 2 years! There's 30 miles between us & we all have busy lives, but when we get together - we just pick up from where we left off. 

We've also got a new camera to try out - which will be fun!

We've worked long hours again today, though managed a lunch break in the sun. 
The local farmer says the weather is about to turn, but Sime's refusing to believe it!

We'll just have to see what tomorrow brings...

Time for bed.

Kay & Sime xx

Comments

Anonymous said…
Have a great weekend!!
Kath said…
What a cute couple you are!
Karin said…
I presume this was written at or after midnight last night and the big day is today.

Hope you have a great weekend and that Sime's gigs go well.

Have fun with your new camera, too. I'm waiting for a new one to arrive in the post soon. I became envious of the pictures my son and hubby were taking on theirs and the ones I took on hubby's camera in Lausanne were definitely better.
The Smiths said…
We had a great weekend - thanks Mel & Karin!

Not sure anyone's ever called us cute before, but you've certainly made our day - thanks Kath!

Hope your new camera's arrived Karin - look forward to seeing some pics...

Kay :)

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