I just got back from a quick trip to the UK, where I attended my Grandfather's funeral. It was a lovely service, my Mam gave a wonderfully warm and loving eulogy for our Taid and we sang Eternal Father Strong to Save, the Royal Navy hymn. I don't know how the funeral directors carried his coffin - the man was made of solid gold. We shall all miss him, but be grateful for our treasured memories of him.
It was so good to catch up with my Welsh family and some friends in England too. Of course, I didn't take even one photo, despite being in the most stunning scenery at the prettiest time of the year - lambs and daffodils!
I did manage to get a little bit of grocery shopping done, to bring back with me. Tetley tea bags, Cadbury's chocolate, and a few bags of my favourite crisps.....
And I always like to get some magazines. One day I may even make a project out of them!
The knitting was paltry and this is all I have to show for a whole week, including 2 transatlantic flights!Coursera Know Thyself classes. I've been able to wrap my head around the thinking of Socrates, Descartes, Ryle, Freud, et al, but this week's session on Buddhist thinking is challenging me. I'm still loving having my mind expanded though. I have one more week of classes to go. They overlap with my next course, Introduction to Psychology, which starts tomorrow.
Enjoy the rest of the weekend. We're off to watch Iron Man 3 later :0)