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This morning Sam and Holly took Orlaith to Southampton Hospital for a check on her broken arm. All was well and she had a smaller cast fitted to replace the larger, more restrictive one.
Malachi stayed with us and played Bookworm with Jackie. Perhaps all eight year old boys are constantly on the go, wrapping themselves around everything in sight. My grandson certainly is. The activity demonstrated here covered just a few minutes.
As I commented later, when, in Portsmouth, he was, like a happy little terrier, dashing backwards and forwards, covering, at speed, about four times the territory as the rest of of us, he doesn’t have an off button.
Sam, Holly, and Orlaith had travelled on to the Waterfront at Portsmouth where we met them, visited the Mary Rose exhibition, and dined at Wagamamma’s. I couldn’t possibly do justice to the museum visit within the time available this evening, so I will report on that tomorrow.
My meal was an excellent spicy seafood ramen. I drank a Japanese beer details of which I can’t remember.