There's a lovely beach cafe next to the beach with outdoor, sheltered seating. We decided we deserved hot drinks after our walk and seeing the cakes they had on offer, Jo and I decided we deserved cake too. I wish I'd taken pics of those. It was the best Victoria sponge I've tasted in a long time. A huge slice too.
Saturday evening Simon, Emily and I headed down to Truro to the Ben Cantelon concert at Truro Methodist Church. Ben Cantelon was the worship leader at Spring Harvest about three years ago and I've got his 2 albums. We all love his music. The concert was a mix of songs from his latest album, Everything in Colour, plus some classic worship songs by Tim Hughes. It was a great evening of precious worship and a very moving testimony by a young lady who had been sponsored through Compassion as a young girl in Uganda. My only complaint was that they opened the doors far too late. It was very cold to be kept waiting outside and the sound was too loud for a small venue. And that's not just me being old (or middle-aged as my kids keep telling me) as Emily said it was too loud too.
This morning I was back to working on my deadline crochet project. I'm nearly 3/4 of the way through now. I'm hoping to get it finished by the end of the week but I have two knitting deadlines this week too (actually that's 3 knitting deadlines) and there's some finishing work and sewing up for me to do on those too.
How was your weekend?