He was very dozy, and he took some budging!! We thought the driftwood was a safer place for him - I didn't want him to trap his leg in the door.
The young man and I were at a loss what to do today. After a full morning sat in A & E having his little finger looked at (after a suspected break playing Rugby at school yesterday - but its ligament damage ) I decided we would head up to Batley in West Yorkshire to visit the fabulous Redbrick Mill.
Its a fabulous place - a lovely old mill - fabulous building and some lovely stores inside. You can buy your Cath Kidston here, or visit Heals. It has 4 of the most gorgeous cafes, a lovely little deli, an art gallery, gift shops, a brilliant florist and the most stylish furniture ever! On Saturdays, they usually have a pianist or singer. Today, they had a wonderful young man singing jazz - I could have listened to him all day. I couldn't get many photos as I was "told off" by a very snooty lady who saw my camera, but I had just managed to take this photo of a very large lampshade!!
There are quite a few mill shops in Batley - its called the Yorkshire Mill Mile, and had I not had the whinging young man with me, I would have had a look round more of them - but Redbrick mill is my fave. Batley also has some spectacular Victorian architecture, but it was raining so hard I couldn't get out of the car - I shall just have to return another day!
If you want to see what was in my pamper swap to Juanita - click here. Her parcel finally arrived.