Sunday, 20 August 2017

Garden of delights, NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn III and The Jinx

We managed another sleep in today which was wonderful. The weather was nice so I got up, made coffee and headed into the garden.

It looks s lovely out there. I set about mowing the grass. It's amazing to think that I've mowed the lawn more here in the last five months than I did in five years at the last place LOL.

After I had taken these pictures Toni and I were talking about the work that we need to do in the garden. After we had finished our coffee we decided to throw caution to the wind and crack on. There was pruning, strimming and cutting. We managed to do about two thirds of the garden. We stopped when we realised the waste pile was getting a bit large.

We did a good job though and everything looked really good when we were done.

After our hard work it was time for brunch which consisted of gluten free fish finger sammiches. Food fit for kings and queens!

It's been a while since I've had a rasslin' fix so I caught up with last nights NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn III pay per view on the WWE Network. This wasn't a bad event and the results at least made me happy with Sanity defeating Authors Of Pain to win the NXT Tag Team Championship belts, Asuka retained her Women's Championship belt against Ember Moon and Drew McIntyre finally coming up trumps by defeating Bobby Roode win the NXT Championship. Think what you like, it's a guilty pleasure of mine :)

Our next step was six part documentary The Jinx. This was recommended to us by Jade and we were told not to Google it, just watch it. It turned out to be veryinteresting. I won't post much about it on here just in case you fancy the mystery of it all so here's a very brief synopsis. Filmmaker Andrew Jarecki examines the complicated life of reclusive real estate icon, Robert Durst, the key suspect in a series of unsolved crimes.

Dinner was provided tonight by the most excellent Ababil Tandoori of New Eltham. We hadn't tried them before so we were taking a chance but it the food was delicious. The offer much more choice than Rishta/Rannah and have a very clear guide on their menu as to which things have wheat in them so it's perfect for Toni.

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