After lunch on a warmly sun-kissed day I poked my camera out of the upstairs windows to introduce it to
the garden views on the approach to September.
I then read more of Charles Dickens’s ‘Our Mutual Friend’, and scanned the next four of Charles Keeping’s memorable illustrations.
‘She sat on the ground, with her face leaning on her hand’
‘The bird of prey lay stretched upon the shore’
‘A gloomy house the Bower’
‘Hooked on the board by the armpits was a young gentleman of tender years’
Early this evening I posted https://derrickjknight.com/2021/08/25/a-knights-tale-21-the-summer-of-1947/
Later, we dined on Red Chilli excellent takeaway fare. We ordered enough for two days, consisting of Saag Chicken, Saag and Onion Bhajis, Tandoori King Prawn Naga, Paneer Tikka, Egg Fried Rice, and a plain Naan. Jackie drank more of the Greco di Tufo and I drank more of the Dao.