So, the inlaws brought D down with all his clothes (!) and we spent a lovely weekend with them. Once again it was a trip to Sincil Bank to watch the mighty Lincoln City playing Crewe Alexandra. A passably good 1-1 draw. Burchy was triumphant in goal as usual. We also visited the cathedral where D's Mum spotted a gargoyle that looked just like D! It is really quite uncanny! Delicious breakfast at Zoot and dinner at Nando's meant it was a good food day too. This morning we were back at LEC to tell our new friends the good news. We are looking forward to being members of this fellowship.
And so it is Sunday afternoon in the new Warden household. D's big question of the day was about a photograph of a mute swan we saw on line:
"That's a type of swan, right?" (D).
This follows on from his hilarious query about dwarf rabbits while in the Lake District last year. We always giggle at D's animal knowledge - I think he's got a quiet respite home in mind for mute swans, dwarf rabbits and miniature schnauzers. Those poor animals and their ailments. Although he won't thank me for saying it, it is proper brilliant to have the boy back :-)