Okay, I know it's Tuesday but this is the first opportunity I've had to write about my lazy rainy Sunday.
And the morning wasn't that lazy as I was up at a reasonable hour, with my friend, for a stroll around a local car boot sale.
It had the perfect combination of old and new. Flower stalls, sweet stalls, book stalls, music stalls. In fact, the stalls appeared to go on forever, stretching in front of us like stepping stones to an unknown world, waiting to be discovered and explored.
For the sweet toothed customer.
The smiley flower pots.
No, I'm not going to ask the seller if he can play George!
My kind of stall. I bought two books: 'The House At Riverton' by Kate Morton and Alexander McCall Smiths 'The Sunday Philosophy Club'.
Is that a black cloud I spy in the distance? That can only mean one thing.
The Union Jack flag was flapping in the wind, a stark reminder of how unpredictable the British weather can be. It was time to make a run for the car!
I arrived home with my purchases, bargain books and Cd's, glad to be out of the rain and wind. And there is something quite safe and cosy about being indoors, watching the rain splashing against the windows and the trees dancing in the breeze.
My over sized green cardigan was added for extra warmth, tea was made, and I pottered around the house listening to the sounds of Ocean Colour Scene, until I settled on the green arm-chair and curled up, ready to loose myself in my latest reading adventure.
Hooray for the lazy rainy Sunday!