I dropped our grandson off at the childminders today and then headed back home. So pleased he has fully recovered now. The journey took a little longer than planned as always seems to be the way but I was back in time for our afternoon bookclub meeting. Rather a subdued one since one of our members passed away very suddenly but her funeral was apparently a very fitting and lovely occasion. I unfortunately was away in Cornwall. We were discussing A Rip in Heaven a true story by Jeanine Cummins. A few members found it too gruelling to read but for those of us that persisted it certainly covers the effects of witnessing a tragic crime and the aftermaths for the family, It also raises issues concerning capital punishment. It was written with a desire to keep the memories and personalities of her young cousins alive for them not to be known just as victims.
Just had time to get a macro shot of the bright pink azalea in the garden for todays tiny Tuesday.
Then this evening it was a meeting of a new subgroup in the camera club for landscapes. Should be a good one.