A Lovely Sunday to Go Kajaking
What a lovely day I have had today.
The sun pierced through the mist quite early on and I had arranged to go to a different church this morning in a nearby village as they were doing a Harvest Festival service. I haven't been to one of these since I was a child and I remember there was always a loaf of bread shaped like a sheaf of wheat.
This time we took along tins and packets of food to donate to a local food bank, a good idea I thought. I so enjoyed singing the traditional hymns like "we plough the fields and scatter" and " all things bright and beautiful". The vicar made a point of coming up to me afterwards to say he loved my hair! He actually said that i was like a bright beacon of light in a sea of miserable faces!!
After racing home to change, OH and I arranged to meet a group of friends and go out on the river to try kayaking for the first time.