The end of the day hath arrived. And what a day, a real rollercoaster. Started off not really wanting to get out of bed, the sun shining, and the warmth of a long lie-in was just too much temption. Then the phone rang, and I had to get up
After Lynne and Jo arrived, Jules aunt and cousin, we went up to the cemetry with some flowers, and the flower tub I'd refilled with Forget-Me-Nots, and a load of bedding plants. All blue ones, naturally, of course
Then, off to the Lytton Arms for sausage and mash, Jules favourite, and a pint of Tring Brewery Mansion Mild, in preparation for the technical visit in a few weeks (get your bookings in, usual email address ).
And finally, after saying goodbye to Lynne and Jo, a quick "Old man's snooze", before Stu called to say everyone was off down the Fisherman, freshly refurbished, for some dinner and drinks.
All in all, a good day. A chance for us all to remember, smile, and be happy. I know that's what Jules would've expected .
And a big thank you to everyone who sent me emails, cards, and text messages. It's nice to know you're all thinking about me, as much as I'm thinking about you
Some pics in the extended bit...