A lovely day

Me: Yesterday was a lovely day, wasn’t it? Look at the colours of that sky.

Nell: Yes, we were truly blessed.

Me: We certainly were.

Nell: It was a busy day. We had to get the Christmas tree from the Garden Centre.

Me: Yes. One of the trees spoke to Kev so we chose it.

Nell: If you say so. Personally, I’m glad we stopped for lunch. I enjoyed my prawn sandwich.

Me: And then we visited Faye at The Barn. She certainly loves you.

Nell: Yes, she enjoys my conversational skills.

Me: And she had drawn a picture of Alejandro.

Nell: An excellent likeness.

Me: Yes. He is going to be so pleased. I’m trying to persuade her to draw you.

Nell: Me?

Me: I could see your face on a mug.

Nell: A mug? A teacup, perhaps, but a mug? I never use mugs.

Me: No, but other people do. I would love it.

Nell: I know you would. Let’s see.

Me: Yes.

Nell: We visited your mother’s grave and you brought her a plant.

Me: I did.

Nell: Kev and I had a little walk while you talked to her.

Me: Yes.

Nell: Thinking can be done quietly and alone but Talking is best done with someone else.

Me: Yes, it is.

Nell: She is always listening you know.

Me: I know.

Nell: And then we went to the hotel at Buckland tout Saints for a cup of tea.

Me: And you were given biscuits.

Nell: Yes, they are most kind.

Me: A walk on the beach was the perfect end to the day. The sunset took my breath away.

Nell: The coldness of the sea took mine.

Me: Thank you for being there, Nell.

Nell: You and me always. No need for thanks.

Me: Yes. Sorry.

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