It was on to the supermarket - we had just discovered an excellent chilled vacuum packed risotto and it was on special - unfortunately, they only had one left so we bought three of their organic soups as well. No additives which is what I like and great when there is not much time.
We then drove a short distance to Mair Park to walk Sophie. A few trees had been blown down in the short storm we had just prior to Easter.
Back to Doug's for morning tea and then my place where we had one of the soups for lunch.
Off again to the Quarry Arts Centre to the Dutch Day celebrations.
For some reason there was no Dutch entertainment just these dancers from the Cook Islands helped by the lady on the right who tried to mimic their movements.
On Sunday we walked Sophie around Tikipunga Park meeting up with lots of other dog walkers and their dogs. After dropping Sophie at Doug's and having a quick cuppa it was off to visit Max where I discovered the seams of a couple pairs of his trousers had come undone, then off to the gym.
One of the ladies at the Gym told Doug of a Dog walking group that meets on Saturdays so we will most likely do that next week.
After lunch Doug went home to try and catch up on some work while I fixed Max' trousers.
Today I picked Doug up (he took Sophie for a walk around his nearby streets). We did the A.H. Reed park to Whangarei Falls walk with the Parkinson Walking Group. It took us a couple of hours and I was surprisingly tired afterwards so after lunch at Dougs I had a short Nana nap before visiting Max on the way home and taking his trousers in for him. I gave him his tea and a Kit-kat and he fell asleep so I stayed for 30 minutes before coming home.
The temperature has suddenly fallen and we just had a shower although it was fine for our walk this morning.
Off for a haircut shortly and will light the fire on my return.
Tomorrow I have a physio appointment followed by pilates. Hopefully, I will get a chance to do some work in the garden at some stage.