Uta’s Diary

13 Jun

Wednesday, 11th June 2014

It had been a very cold night. However by 9am the sun was up a bit and as soon as I saw a bit of sunshine I thought I should go for a walk. Walking in the sunshine on a very calm morning made me feel totally all right. There was absolutely no breeze at all. This is why I immediately thought, it should be a good morning to go for a swim in Dapto’s solar heated outside pool.

I grabbed the bag with my swimming gear and made myself on the way. The walk to the pool is only about fifteen minutes, a rather slow walk that is. I did not regret going to the pool on a winter’s morning. I had a very lovely time in the water! 🙂

When I arrived at the pool these familiar murals greeted me.

When I arrived at the pool these familiar murals greeted me.

And one of the front gardens that I passed looked pretty much the same it had looked the previous year. But I realised it had been quite a few months that I had been walking this way. I hope I am going to make it back to the pool some time soon. I like the water so very much. It is very relaxing. I should really go there as often as possible. Peter came later on to pick me up so I would not have to walk all the way home again.

Last Sunday for Pentecost I did walk to church all the way. But Peter came to pick me up after Mass.



Caroline surprised us with a little visit on Wednesday afternoon. It was lovely to see her for a bit.

Thursday, 12th June 2014

From 12,30 to 1,30 pm I was at the Ribbonwood Centre doing the heart-move exercises. We were only about fifteen people in that class today. The beautiful music that Marta always brings along makes the movements so much easier to do. It is a very enjoyable class.

Friday, 13th June 2014

Peter and I got up today at 4 am because we wanted to watch the opening ceremonies from Brazil.
From 2 pm to 5 pm I was at Irene’s place. It was our games afternoon. Every Friday we, that is three or four women, play Scrabble and Rummy. Luckily I didn’t get tired at all this afternoon, but I’ll probably go to bed early tonight.

World Cup Football Fever hits:


Australia is going to play Chile tomorrow, Saturday:


We want to watch this game tomorrow morning. 🙂

2 Responses to “Uta’s Diary”

  1. The Emu June 20, 2014 at 6:00 pm #

    Beautiful to know that swimming is one of your pastimes Auntyuta.
    I would find it hard to get motivated for swimming in our winter here.
    Great to know you are following the cup, more to come on that subject later.
    Emu aka Ian

    • auntyuta June 20, 2014 at 6:33 pm #

      I do only very gentle swimming. I just love to move around a bit in the water and enjoy the sunshine. Peter and I watched England playing Uruguay, this means we have been up today since before 5 am!
      Peter is the expert in soccer. I do not know much about it.
      Cheers 🙂

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