I wasn't in a hurry to be out of bed (about 9am) and headed straight up to the laundromat to knock over the week's laundry while I could still get a parking space. While the clothes were washing I went and got groceries at the nearest supermarket in walking distance. Morning coffee was from the delightfully named Small Axe Kitchen.
I was back at my digs by about 11:30 am and since I was a bit ahead of schedule, did the ironing while listening to a podcast. It was a beautiful sunny day and so I went round to the park to meditate using the "Calm" app. The wind had dropped by then and so I headed out for a run, which was positively heavenly, save for my shoes being utterly clapped out (seriously: I can put my finger through the heel on one). My time was a little less than I'd like but still rewarding after the winter slowdown.
By about 4pm it was time for a beer and I went for a pale ale at the Railway Hotel with this week's issue of CW. Some peace and quiet in the beer garden was good if a little chilly.
From the pub, I went up to Our Lady's for confession and Mass. There's a young priest there which is a bit of a novelty: a fellow in his late 30s. Certainly it seems different from the greyheads who are so many of the priesthood!
And now, back at the sigs. I've done the preparation for this week's SES training and had dinner, so it's surely bedtime. Bed feels good already!