After many days of rain and gloom, the sun burst forth today and the skies were a benign blue.
But, there’ll be no sunshine for this car owner when he/she comes to retrieve their car, which had been parked illegally. I wonder how much it will cost to recover it from the car pound?
The next story involves another idiot who didn’t read the signs!
I walked to the English cemetery and really enjoyed being in an area with shade, trees and green grass.
This is the resting place of Elizabeth Barrett Browning.
And this, dear readers, is a selfie of when I got to the gates and found them firmly locked!
I really had visions of spending a long, hungry night with all the other souls. I wondered if the firemen would perhaps come and help me over the fence with one of their ladders.
Finally, I peeked into the office which had been deserted when I entered the cemetery.
Hallelujah! A nice nun was doing a little bit of paper work and she pushed some buttons which released me. When I got to the other side of the gate, that’s when I read the sign which clearly stated the cemetery was closed to the public on Saturday.