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Weekly Smile – (TTC #839)

Boyfriend and I took Franny to Bath for the weekend, despite the poor weather outlook on Saturday.  Late afternoon, we made for the magnificent 15th Century abbey where, by luck, we found a girls choir rehearsing for an evening performance.  The ensemble was accompanied by a harp, adding a depth of harmony to the acoustics that wrapped themselves around each and every arch.  Delightful. 😊

Sunday’s weather was lovely; we strolled around this Georgian town, admiring the architecture, before heading for a bite to eat, in time for the 3 O’Clock kick off.  Trying to abstract something from the menu that met all the criteria from the January’s 28 day ‘anti acid health kick’ diet was a bit of an effort.  Eventually, I went with scampi and chips.  Not entirely free of acid producing ingredients but it was the best of a poor choice. 😉

Then … arrest my beating heart!  Bath Rugby only went and won.  That’s the first match this season.  It was by only three points and their opponents, Worcester Warriors, had a mere 14 men playing; following a red card send off, in the first three minutes.  Dear me, we’re not complaining!  Beggars can’t be choosers – we’ll take the win!  😆

Post inspired by Trent’s Weekly Smile. Please do click through for the rules if you, too, would like to join in …

And this post also includes Di’s Monday Three Things Challenge #839 The prompts: ARCH, ABSTRACT, ARREST. Do click through for the rules if you too, would like to join in.

3 Comments »

  1. I’d park in Avon Street car park and walk through the city to work. I loved the Abbey, though it was ‘black’ then and they sand blasted (I think that;s how they did it) it years after I left to show it’s original beauty.
    I’ve only been back once and so much has changed, but the Abbey is still awesome.

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