The poor people who work the whole week always have an awful weekend, with a lot of wind and rain. It is due to the generosity of the UK who sent it over to France and Belgium. Thank you very much.
The result was that I answered comments, filed photos took some pictures of sleeping (of course) cats and watched "Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries" of which I had recorded a few, as one Belgian channel broadcasted the series for two weeks.
Early evening Waterloo city had organized a one woman show for its seniors. Her name is "Bibot" and the title was "Bibot Posh" (Bibot Distinguée).
Usually I don't like one man shows (or in this case a woman) and was rather reluctant to watch the show, but as we were 5 I didn't want to make an exception on top I had thought it was a theatre play. So I was pleasantly surprised that the show was very funny ! It was not stupid at all and not political either, she made fun of daily life ! Organic sales, men, family, climate, it was too funny and we laughed and laughed.
The others had seen her already on TV she is a Belgian, but I had never seen or heard of her.
We ended the evening in "La Pomme" (The Apple) a Brasserie, Pub, where we had very good Spaghettis. The Restaurant was full and we were lucky that we found a table.
On Sunday I heard the rain beating against the shutters and the wind howled around the house. Nicole and I wanted to go to the market, but that was impossible the stands were probably not even there because of the strong wind.
So I spent the day looking for a massage cushion, and other things on Internet, and made plans to paint my dark brown furniture (English style) into white. I had seen pictures. I am so fed up of the now 50 year old furniture, but I don't want to spent a lot in new things, it will anyway end on the flea market because nobody wants it. Young people have other tastes. Anyway I had seen one cupboard which Nicole had painted in white and it looked terrific ! But for that I have to wait until the weather gets warmer and dry, to paint on the terrace ! or at least leaving the windows wide open.
I continued with Miss Fisher and thought how beautiful the dresses where around 1930 and how emancipated this young woman was !
I think even today we could wear these dresses !
And then another day was over !