Zoe had a fabulous night's sleep and so did I. Despite that, I felt a bit tired today. Might have been all the unusual exercise yesterday.
After a leisurely start, we headed off in the direction of the Workshops Rail Museum for the day. We dropped past OfficeWorks on the way to return something I got months ago and didn't like, and I used the opportunity to grab a couple of cute little A5-sized clipboards. I'm going to keep one in the car and one in my Dad bag, so Zoe can doodle when we're on the go. I also discovered that one can buy reams of A5 paper.
We arrived at the Workshops, which were pretty quiet, except for a school excursion. Apparently they're also filming a movie there somewhere at the moment too (not in the museum part).
Despite Zoe's uninterrupted night's sleep, she fell asleep in the car on the way there, which was highly unusual. I let her sleep for a while in the car once we got there, before I woke her up. She woke up a bit grumpy, but once she realised where we were, she was very excited.
We had a good time doing the usual things, and then had a late lunch, and a brief return to the museum before heading over to Kim's place before she had to leave to pick up Sarah from school. Zoe and I looked after Tom and played with his massive pile of glitter play dough until Kim got back with Sarah.
Zoe and Sarah had their usual fabulous time together for about an hour before we had to head home. I'd had dinner going in the slow cooker, so it was nice and easy to get dinner on the table once we got home.
Despite her nap, Zoe went to bed easily. Now I have to try and convince Linux to properly print two-up on A4 paper. The expected methods aren't working for me.