And so to town first thing this morning for a very important and essential routine appointment. I would never miss one of these.
How is that for a view for the NHS wagon? I bet they love coming here just to see the Clickimin Loch with the Clickimin Broch (an 8th century Pictish fort) in the distance.
We drove around Lerwick distributing Minion meet-and-greet leaflets and getting our messages,
A boat was in and the town for once was not deserted.
It makes such a difference to see folk about, peering through the windows, going into shops, taking an interest. Lerwick is very pretty little town.
One of my main tasks was to fill up my field. Since I started this venture of selling to the shops, I have sold 12 sheep since 7th May. I am very chuffed. Still only one puffin, though. Words fail on that score.
Never mind. Shopping done and swifly back home – my favourite place.
I have just been to see Les Girls.
It can’t be too long for Brá now and, well, who knows what with Hetja.
The spring Shetland flowers are beginning to take off. Everywhere there is colour.
Madam followed me up the field to the gate, ever hopeful I will say “let’s go and do something”. She would come into the house if she could. One of those.
The rest of my diary for this week is beautifully empty so now I can spend some real time with my horses and ponies.