The forecast for this weekend and until Wednesday is showers, showers, showers and more showers, so we decided not to go on our planned Cornwall holiday. Yesterday the cheeky weather showed it's sunniest, warmest and most pleasant face in a long time however, just to tease I think. I've never been so relieved to find a misty morning view from the window and take such delight in steady drizzle.
It will be a weekend of pottering around indoors and getting some things ticked off our to-do list. Apart from putting up shelves, clearing out and putting together I intend to watch films, have hot soup, do some sewing and some studying. For me that beats getting soaked in a tent down in St Ives, though I would have loved to see the place.
I'm still touched by the performance of the students last night at the last Informal Evening. Informal Evenings are events the school has every so often when anyone who wants to perform can get on stage and play their instrument, sing, do a skit, perform an act or read poetry etc, mostly people sing and play and often together. Saskia, a 16-year-old girl, sang the Jeff Buckley version of Hallelujah to acoustic guitar and it was amazing, can't do it justice by describing it really, it was just spot on and so touching.
OK, enough of the rambling, I don't have much to say today. Have a great weekend!