I loved Julie's list of how many hours of programmes she's watched last month so I did a similar add up.
In total I watched 12 hours of ''TV'' but mostly online as I don't watch normal TV anymore. Of this there were :
Hannibal 3 hours. This is a US show based on the early career of Hannibal Lector before the book ''Red Dragon'' and after the film ''Hannibal Rising''. It is currently on Sky. Then there was the inimitable
Marple = 2 hours and another online programme
Elementary = 6 hours which transplants Sherlock Holmes to modern day New York with a female Dr Watson. It actually works but not as good as good as ''Sherlock'', roll on season 3.
This month there 4 trips to the doctors and psychiatric nurses. One extra because I had been stopping one drug but began getting withdrawal symptoms so had to restart it for another month. Then my GP found I was anaemic so I am now also taking iron supplements. So yay for now taking 12 tablets per day.
This month I took a couple of long distance trips. One from Wells to Brighton via Southampton = 264.8 miles with my friend Alan to see ''Beautiful Thing'' which featured in a previous post.
The second was only yesterday when I came home from a visit to London to meet up with my old flatmates and other friends in Tower Hill who I met 29 years ago after leaving home. We haven't all been together for 16 years primarily because PJ now lives in Sydney. I used 4 modes of transport to get there: car, British Rail train, Underground and feet.
Again I've taken hundreds of photos but of these I've taken 9 for Rinda’s scavenger hunt and a couple more unprocessed ready to add to the folder to share here.
Number of books read this month = 4 and just begun the next one for July. So far I've read 23 books out of my 50 book goal, not bad going.
I've also been Facebook chatting with my American friend Ronnie and found a fabulous map site where it works out how away you live from each other. We live 5371.754 miles apart, that is a LONG way away.
Oh and just in case you're not aware this weekend in my neck of the woods it is festival fever with Glastonbury in full swing. The other day I found the photograph below on the BBC and was most concerned that Julie wasn't getting her meme royalties, sadly the BBC do not feel they have broken any rules by pinching her fabulous idea by not giving her the credit. I leave you to decide their fate ;) x
Hope you've enjoyed this fun exploration of my month.