Assisted Mobility

During her morning play time with Great Granny Ellie made her way across the room to me. At 14 months she is now able to stand alone but needs assistance to take the steps.

Following steady rain throughout the night Jackie reported that on a later shopping trip water was lapping at the bridge over Sea Road in Milford on Sea.

After lunch and before we went out for a drive I finished reading “The Golden Sovereign” by Richard Church. I will review it tomorrow.

On our trip we noticed several waterlogged fields and the banks burst of the stretch of Highland Water which still fortunately flowed under the bridge over Brockenhurst Road.

We were treated to Halloween displays at Southampton Road and

Winsor Road, Copythorne. It was the resident of the Southampton Road house who recommended the Winsor Road one. We were also

impressed by the garden opposite hers, with its antique flavour.

This evening we all dined on spring rolls; three prawn preparations -hot and spicy, salt and pepper, and Tempura – on a bed of Jackie’s garlic flavoured savoury rice, with which she and I drank more of yesterday’s beverages.