With paintbrush and roller, after replenishing some of yesterday’s filling, Nick brought light into our sitting room.
Particularly evident was how he has brightened the ceiling;
the walls also glow.
Unfortunately, with the windows open, a number of wasps buzzed around our decorator’s ears. This was more than somewhat disconcerting, so we supplied him with a fly swat and a spray can containing gas lethal to these creatures.
I read another sizeable chunk of “Eyeless in Gaza”
Late this afternoon we visited Milford Supplies to purchase a new starter for the strip light in the library, then drove on to catch
the sunset at Mudeford harbour.
Other photographers, including the couple on the bench and the woman watched by her faithful hound, had the same idea.
Gulls, as always, reflected on the the calm water in the fading light.
This evening we dined on Jackie’s spicy lamb jalfrezi and cream coloured haldi rice with which she drank Hoegaarden and I drank more of the Faugeres.