At some point today, the website was once more accessible. I don’t know when, I don’t know how, I don’t know why. It’s all a bit mysterious. Last time I had an explanation; this time I had nothing. That’s not exactly true. I did have a short mail saying the ticket had been closed but, that was an automatic email and doesn’t really count. Anyway, I’m not complaining; just curious. It’s fixed and is now working…but I guess that’s obvious…otherwise you’d not be reading this.
Today, apart from the website coming back, was another one of those perfectly restful Sunday’s we seem to indulge in. Skype, lunch at the Holly Bush and a granny nap.
It was also very warm. At least, we thought it was very warm. According to our new neighbours (who are from Australia and wearing fleeces) it’s not.
Speaking of our new neighbours…they are visiting an area where one of them spent a good part of her youth. She remembered walking over the hill at Frensham little pond to suddenly come across the filming of some big extravaganza. She couldn’t remember the film but said they had built a castle in the middle of the pond with a drawbridge extending onto the land. It was about 40 years ago. I had a quick search but there’s been a LOT of filming at Frensham and, without a little more information, it’s very difficult.
Our other neighbour, meanwhile, is still mysteriously holed up in the small room at the end. I’ve glimpsed him a few times but generally we know he’s there because his music is playing when we walk by the side window. His car is generally in the drive but he’s not always in. The last time I saw him he was unpacking a few cartons of beer so he maybe preparing for the apocalypse.
The day being so lovely, there was a host of cricket on the Frensham pitch. Naturally we didn’t sit and watch but I did manage to get a couple of photos of the action.
It really was the perfect day for a bit of cricket and some of the team were enjoying the battle from the pavilion.
While I’m really looking forward to returning to our house and proper life, it’s days like today that I think I’m actually going to miss living here.