I have deviated from my original plan for today.
We were going to watch the Amy Adams movie Leap Year, chosen not only because it's perfect for a Sunday afternoon but also because Matthew Goode is her co-star.
Instead I have chosen 2 other things.
The first is in relation to tennis.
Bunny Austin is a name you hear mentioned each year when Wimbledon rolls around.
He was a British tennis player during the 1920s and 1930's.
His real name was Henry Wilfred Austin and he was born on 20th August 1906 and died on his 94th birthday on 20th August 2000.
Today I am wearing one of the bunny brooches I made back at Easter time pinned to (as Wimbledon rules decree) a white cardigan.
It's also given me the perfect excuse to show the gifts one of my sister's gave me for my birthday a month ago now, they are all bunny themed.
The mug and tea bag holder have been in almost daily use since she gave them to me. I love the bunny shaped dish, not only for it's pale blue colour but also for it's polka dot decoration.
The second choice relates to food for G and S's evening meal.
In about half an hour I shall be dishing up Hungarian Goulash as 20th August is a national holiday for Hungarians.