While I was there, I also went to Churchstow Church to clean the war grave that was there, as part of my CWGC voluntary work. So it was nice to see a bit more of the village where Jiffy is resting.
The grave I had to check on -
Yesterday I had a phone appointment with my Chronic Fatigue specialist. She was pleased to hear that since our last conversation I had managed to stop the complete "crash" that I used to get a couple of times a week. She has given me more advice, and some homework to do, and booked another appointment.
After that I walked into the city. I had bought a pair of shoes (on eBay), and I needed the heals worked on. Since I had my bike accident back in 1982 I have damage to my pelvis, and wear a heal lift on my left heal ... so it is frustrating that I buy new shoes, and then have to take them straight to a cobbler for some work! While it was being done I walked around the museum. I had a couple of photos that I had to take to complete the final prompts over at photo_scavenger ... but there are a few more photos to share with you all, as well.
It is certainly a very eclectic mix ... and sometimes in the same space!
Exeter seal - 1170
Silver Chocolate pot from 1707
I don't know about you, but my hot chocolate comes in a pre-mixed tub, & I just add water! As I add it in the mug, I don't need the posh jug, but ... it might be worth it!
Redware pottery 4700 years ago
It is amazing that all those years ago, a normal jug could be decorated in such a delicate way, and that they had kept them all in one piece.
And so we are on Saturday afternoon ... so I will close this with tomorrow's (and yesterday, as I missed it) question, before signing off.
22. Have you ever eaten snow?
I have never really been in a place where we have had a lot of snow
23. Curtains or blinds?
Neither, really (well I do have curtains in my lounge)
24. Have you ever adopted a stray (cat or dog)?
No - but if I found one, I would
And, of course as I sign off I do so with an apology for still not catching up with answering your comments, they do mean a lot, honest
Enjoy your weekend - see you Monday x