Some days are quiet and somehow you know this from the moment you wake up. Today is one of them.
I go out for my morning run as usual. A partially new route I’m working out through some of the lesser used tracks and gaps in Sefton Park. Home and showered I’m off to my second park of the day.
For a visit to The Reader Organisation’s Summer Fair that I told you about earlier in the week.
Lovely to see all the ideas we first heard about back in springtime becoming real.
Then it’s back home where Sarah is waiting to come with me on the next jaunt of the day.
Told you it was a quiet sort of day.
We arrive and take a look round the back of the library, the still new to us Liverpool Central Library.
Walking round to the front of the library we pass the best preserved remaining part of Liverpool’s ‘streets in the sky’ planning policy of the 1960s.
We go over and pay our respects at the new Hillsborough Memorial, Sarah’s not seen it before.
It’s a wonderful place. Light, airy, friendly, free and easy. You can live at peace in here. And we do, for hours.
Each time we come we see a new page, eventually we will have seen them all. All the birds of America.
Having each gravitated to our natural habitats, eventually I leave ‘Music’ and find Sarah where I know she will be.
Full of books, we leave.
Sarah has novels and natural history. I have novels and music.
Yes, just you wait. There’ll be a blog post about her soon.
While I’m writing this Jane Davis tells me on Twitter that they’ve had over 800 visitors to The Reader Organisation garden today. Well done all, time to go home for a quiet read now. And maybe a glass of wine?