I've just done some yoga. There's a first time for everything, right?
Also had Sherlock critiquing my poses. And Mycroft explaining that 'old people aren't as flexible' to him. Thanks, boys.
John suggested it, as Sherlock was being manic. So we all joined in. John (with the help of a laptop, for the finer details of poses) directing us.
It was good - relaxing, when the poses weren't stupidly wobbly. Sherlock and Mycroft both did really well. I managed some bits better than others, and John did well considering he was also trying to sort us out and consult the internet - but he's done a bit before, so he was up for the challenge.
The dogs didn't know what was going on. And it's hard to stay still and concentrate on breathing when a dog is trying to lick your ear.
John and I had a bit of a talk yesterday. Quite a lot of the talk about how talking was a hard thing to do. Which is a step in the right direction, I think? I mean, if we can't talk about that, we haven't got much hope about talking about other stuff, have we? And I think we understand each other a little better now. Which is good, because like John said yesterday, it's really horrible arguing.
Tomorrow we're all going swimming. In the morning, I think, because I might get called in to work later. And we'll make pizza from scratch. That way I can hopefully do the dough with everyone and get it knocked back early, then it's ready whatever happens with work.
John and I going to try to get away somewhere for a few days - just the two of us. No idea where yet, and it'll be John's first time doing a proper long ride on the bike. I think we need to get headsets, so we can talk whilst we ride.
And he'd like to go to Italy - all four of us. Not sure when we'll fit that in, but it would be great. Just the thought of it makes me smile.