The Race for Life was good. Iwas really tired however. In the morning I did chores and took S to the doctor; who thinks she has a virus. Then I made soup, lunch for S and out to Riding for the Disabled. All three classes came and it was great bt very hot and quite tiring; the ponies were very reluctant to move and I was literally dragging them along!! Then I realised I needed to do my ironing as it wasmy last chance to get it done until Sunday....so I ironed for 3 solid hours! Then it was straight out to the race. J, D and I walked together. It was brilliant - the usual wonderful atmosphere but moving too as we read the various messages on peoples "I race for..." labels. Mine read "I race for Alf (my dad), John (my cousin), Joyce, Caroline, Rose and Mick."
Around the 1k mark we saw the wonderful Wildcat with her camera and P, K and S plus the wildkittens were cheering us on from the side of the road...it was lovely to see them all and really spurred us on! Afterwards I walked to WC's house and was served a tasty latte; then it was home to bed. I've done well with my sponsorship so I'm feeling really great :)
Basil the cat is ok but seems to have a virus and spends a lot of time sleeping, he's very affectionate and loving though.
Next week there's an RDA gymkhana competition for the children which I'm going to help at - am looking forward to that.
This evening's reading group was pretty good despite my frequent sneezes and croaky voice. Wish this wasn't my Saturday to work though.