Daily post for Fri 30th March 2012

To all my followers and visitors,

I hope you are enjoying my blog, if you would like to make any suggestions on how I could improve my site please leave a comment.

I have had the decorators in all day and my living room is now re-papered, the team will be back on Tuesday to paint it for me, people can be so kind.

I have had my weekly trip into town today but didn’t do much as the pain was not very manageable and there wasn’t as much money in the bank as I had expected.  I did have a nice slow stroll up the high street though and I stopped for a large coffee and shortbread biscuit in Costa Cafe.  This was nice as a family joined me at my table and were kind enough to let me join in their conversation.  There was Grandma, Mother and Daughter all having a  quiet pause in what seemed to be a busy day.

I was a little put off whilst sitting outside Subway though as I saw the young man behind the counter going about his work.  He wore only one glove, he used a filthy black dishcloth to clean the tray of the coffee machine followed by the coffee nozzle and finally the sink, before rinsing it and throwing it on the back of the sink, presumably to be used again later.  I would dread to think what germs he wiped onto the coffee machine.  This young man then proceeded to get a new packet of coffee to put into the top of the machine (he hadn’t changed his gloves), he didn’t manage to open this packet by tearing it so he used his teeth to tear the top open, then poured the coffee beans in.  Environmental health would have a field day.   I definitely won’t be eating there any time soon and I suggest if you visit Stamford, Lincs, UK, that you give Subway a wide berth too, there are plenty of other very good places to eat and drink.

Louis had a great time at his nursery Easter party and Joshua came home from school with 2 eggs from teachers, now comes the hard work of keeping the three boys occupied for the holidays.

Take care of yourselves and each other.

~ by adelesymonds on March 30, 2012.

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