Well, it's been another quiet couple of days. Yesterday I read nearly all day, apart from a bit of stitching on the Capricorn BOM. I was reading Richard Hammond's book On the Edge - an account of his accident. For those of you who don't know who he is, he's a presenter on a very popular television programme called Top Gear - ostensibly a car programme, but extremely entertaining. About 18 months ago he had a dreadful car accident, driving a jet powered car for the programme, and suffered severe head injuries. The book is the story of his fight for life and then the road to full recovery. It's very well written and was one of those 'read in one sitting' books.
Unfortunately, last night I had a migraine, which has left me completely wiped out today, so I've done nothing, apart from put a few things back into the newly painted bedroom and spend far too much time on the computer. I watched Planet of the Apes this afternoon - the original Charlton Heston film, which I had never seen. I'm afraid I never much cared for him as an actor, and the film is pretty dreadful - absolutely perfect when you're feeling rough and just want something to doze off to!
I must go and do something about supper now, and hopefully do a bit of hand sewing this evening. I hope to recover some energy soon as there's a quilt show at Sandown Race course over the weekend and I'd love to go along.