1 EAGLETON NOTES: Worra Wouser Day



Monday, 27 June 2011

Worra Wouser Day

What a great day it's been.  Now many people may think that what I am about to say doesn't back up the statement I've just made but for me it truly does.

Firstly the sun shone all day and there was a force 3 to 4 wind all day too.  The temperature even managed to get up to 15℃ for a while although it felt colder in the wind.  The butterflies were flying though so it was over 12℃.  This meant that it was ideal for drying washing and it kept the midges away so I could work in the garden.

So by lunchtime I had four loads of washing done and almost dry. 

I spent a lot of the day in the garden and made a start on cleaning the Nighthawk's paintwork ready for a good waxing.  I also ironed all the washing and watched Wimbledon.

Andy Murray is through to the quarter finals.

Tonight as the sun went down (about 1020 pm) I came to bed to write this post, make a phone call to Canada and perhaps read.

In fact by 2345 I had done most of the things except made the phone call and read.  I had, however, managed to fall asleep for a while.

I'm tired.  Very tired.

Night night.


  1. A good day........a beautiful sunset.

  2. Looks good to me! (as long as it is not I who have to hang all that washing) Hope you slept well. ♥

  3. stunning sunset!
    When I lived in the rural areas, and I could hang out washing, I lost inches in a troublesome spot. Can't do that where I live now, so it's more work than I like slimming it down.
    have a great week

  4. I certainly appreciate the "good day to dry washing" day!!! We five produce an awful lot.
    Dry, folded and ironed?

    Phew............very satisfying :-)

  5. There's something very cheerful about clothes flapping on the clothesline. And look at your reward at the end of the day!