(((Snaily))) glad that the day went as well as possible. At least your dad going to the wrong place would have given everyone a laugh.
Crikey Chugs, you don't do things by half do you? No sooner have you set foot on French soil than you are organising lunch for the whole village (actually, I guess this is the alumnus association?)!
We had to laugh yesterday, palliative care team had asked us to get MIL seen by her GP (not actually sure what the point was supposed to be, but never mind). GP duly came and examined MIL. MIL asked 'It's not anything serious, is it?' which had us in hysterics. Sometimes she remembers what is happening but often she seems to have forgotten. My theory is that her brain is trying to protect her from unpleasant things.
Had a good evening with our 'young' friends yesterday. Some of you might remember us being the 'surprise' birthday meal for the lady's 30th. She's 40 this year...
((((Snaily)))) will be thinking of you tomorrow. MS's fave pressie was a day at Thruxton motor racing circuit, I've also given him a flying lesson in the past. My best day was a session with birds of prey